Springtime Carnivore

Springtime Carnivore’s Greta Morgan is the pop artist we need right now. Her self-described “Technicolor daydream music” is luminous, catchy and strange — as danceable as it is pensive and atmospheric. Her self-titled debut, co-produced by Richard Swift, dropped this week via Autumn Tone.

Swift’s woozy, saturated trademark aesthetic is all over this record. Instrumental opener “Western Pink” feels like a cinematic sweep over a cosmopolitan sunset. “Collectors” is a sugary sonic rainbow . . .

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