This first album from Austin’s Sun June is further proof that less is more, as the quintet radiate power in their warm, beautiful minimalism.

Self-described as “regret pop,” there’s certainly traces of melancholy in Laura Colwell’s inviting pipes, and the occasional horns also help cultivate the introspective atmosphere as the outfit often find calm grooves and languid indie-pop feelings that use repetition to their favor.

I suppose you might lump this in the category of dreamy indie-folk, but Sun June open up another avenue that’s worth exploring.

Purchase the album here.


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