Angelic acapella, finger snapping, nonchalant guitar, and swaying snare drum, all tied up neatly with the most lovable and quirky lyrics you've ever heard.
I don't really love you / I just said that for a change of pace / I'm sorry / Sometimes I don't recognize my face.
Daisy the Great, a NYC-based group fronted by Kelley Nicole Dugan and Mina Walker, is hitting the scene with a new folk rock EP, I've Got a Few Friends and I Wish They Were Mine. The release features "The Record Player Song," a track that originally debuted back in June of last year. I've been listening to it ever since. There's no doubt it stands out.
A quick listen reveals delectable female harmonies complete with refreshing rhythmic detours. The tempo lurches from pumping bedroom rock to an art pop fugue state.
I need a dictionary / Someone look me up and define me / Please remind me / Who I'm supposed to be around you / So you will do what I want you to.
Daisy the Great takes diabolic angst and makes it cute. How? You'll just have to listen.