Mr Twin Sister: Polvo

New from NYC-based Mr Twin Sister, “Polvo” is named for the word “dust” in Spanish, the language that vocalist Andrea Estella sings the song in. She says in a statement, “‘Polvo’ is about how death fuels life, how we’re all connected, and how we must die in order to live.” Despite its somewhat morbid theme, the track is decidedly high-energy, pop-forward and danceable. It’s also …

Mr Twin Sister: Jaipur

“Jaipur” is Mr Twin Sister’s first new track in two years, and further confirms that it’s difficult to define the band’s sound. Singer Andrea Estrella’s vocals float over the beat at first, but as the track builds, they become less fluid—in a manner that gracefully syncs. With moments of dark electro, Indian pop, sweeping strings and murmuring saxophone, it’s a song that seems to shape-shift …

Mr Twin Sister: The Erotic Book

Experimental pop group Mr Twin Sister have been embracing their new musical identity (they formerly went by Twin Sister) with tracks that intentionally elude straightforward labels. Riding the mood of their most recent self-titled album, Mr Twin Sister’s latest release “The Erotic Book” blends cheerful, poppy strums of the guitar with a dark, nefarious bass synth line. Frontwoman Andrea Estella—who also created the artwork—takes a …