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Effortlessly drifts between the passion and energy of house and the dragged lonely nostalgia of vaporwave. An absolutely mesmerizing album.
Like thoughts of friends you used to party with, but you’ve all grown older, and all the responsibilities of life have slowly isolated those old memories of a million lights, faces, and careless possibility. Xero