Austin indie-rock band Sun June write warm, spacious songs that reflect feelings of loss—of friends, family members, and partners—in what they call "regret pop." They recorded Years live to tape in a studio below Keeled Scales founder Tony Presley, who contacted them after hearing their work through the floor. "Sun June's music is something that comes in snatches, wisps that captivate and escape the ear with all the airy weight of dust rising from an Austin floorboard on every beat of a muffled drum," says NPR. It's out on Presley's label, home to the likes of Julia Lucille, Big Thief's Buck Meek, Twain and more.Coverage on music sites Official website
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