Dougie Poole :: Toshiba Sky

Dougie Poole further cements his rep as internet troll-country troubadour with “Toshiba Sky,” his new single and the latest installment in Mexican Summer’s Looking Glass series. With his wry smirk and sardonic wit, Poole croons awash a faded psychedelic choral twang, his deep baritone preaching like a country gospel cover star about a better tomorrow, one safe from the endless human tragedy pouring out into the streets. “Behind the darkness,” Poole promises, “There’s a screen that shines.” We previously crowned Poole “the patron saint of millennial malaise,” but on this track, he’s damn near angelic, hovering above in a comfy and harmonic “Big White Cloud” kind of way, all snuggled up in the godly glow of circuitry. | c depasquale

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