Sister Adolescent: Water + Weeds

In preparation for their upcoming full length which is scheduled for release on March 17th, Sister Adolescent are following last Fall's Dilettante with another grabbing single. Hailing from Provo, UT, the promising five-piece offer a seamless fusion of dreampop and electronics, citing influences from distinct influences such as Radiohead, Portishead, Grizzly Bear and Cocteau Twins.

Water + Weeds, the first song to be unveiled from the band's forthcoming album, is a sharp, low key, delicate piece, carried by the expertly executed production of Brian Zieske, and Savannah Free's warm vocal delivery.

The band's own Trevor Free allowed D//E some insight about the ideas and inspiration behind the new single: "The record explores the importance of relationships and the strange feeling of being disconnected at a time where it is easier than ever to be connected with the people you care about. 'Water + Weeds', to me, is an important element to the concept of the album because it attempts to have a conversation about simplifying your time and priorities with relationships. Much of the idea came after being introduced in school to the Anna Anthropy Twine game, 'Queers in Love at the End of the World' where you have 10 seconds to decide how you will spend your last 10 seconds. The song asks the question, if you knew you were going to die in the next hour, who would you want to be with? That makes it sound like a Tim McGraw song, and maybe it is but just with more synths."

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