Here We Go Magic: Ordinary Feeling

While Here We Go Magic got the locals at Rockaway Beach dancing with the energy in “Falling,” they juxtapose it with their second offering from their upcoming album Be Small (out 16 October 2015 via Secretly Canadian). The unhurried “Ordinary Feeling” especially shows off the interwoven, intimate nuances of the self-produced, home-recorded album (a notable creative decision considering they worked with Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich for their most recent, 2012’s A Different Ship). Starting bare with acoustic guitar and a simple drum set-up, Luke Temple’s voice later drifts to another world, carried away by synths like gossamer. Catch the band on tour this fall.