Allston-based Lilith will release their EP Apology Pant this Friday, but you can stream it a day early below.
The EP will be released on Feb 3rd through Disposable America, which is already a good way to tell that this is some fuzzy indie-pop that is absolutely worth your time.
You can stream all five tracks ahead of the release below via Gold Flake Paint:
It's taken a while to admit this, but in recent years labeling a band as lo-fi, indie, pop or any mix of those three, has largely left my eyes rolling. I put it up their along with those few years where every other pop-punk band whose bassist wore a Have Heart hoody labeled their release as for fans of Title Fight - it's almost become impossible to tell which ones were worth listening to, and the same has unfortunately happened to the jangly world of lo-fi indie.
Having said that, it might be a murky water, but that doesn't mean there's not still some interesting bands floating around in it. Luckily, Apology Plant rightfully has the Disposable America stamp on it, so I knew it would be something worth listening to - and yet again, the label hasn't disappointed.
On Apology Plant, Lilith breathe some fresh air into a genre that I was on the verge of being exhausted with, and I am extremely grateful to have a release such as this come out at the begin of the year as it might just have revitalised my interest in the genre before some of the heavy hitters are released through 2017.
Other than that, there is absolutely no way I have it in me to cover the EP as eloquently and perfect as Tom Johnson did on the premiere piece for Gold Flake Paint, so I highly urge you to read that.