Album artwork for Free Advice by Cindy

Tough Love have partnered with West Coast imprint Mt St Mtn for the release of Free Advice, the instant slowcore / dreampop classic by San Fran four piece, Cindy. Free Advice offers a somber-yet-uplifting take on sobered dream pop. Imagine if Galaxie 500’s On Fire didn’t have a guitar solo or if The Trinity Session was stripped of its folk and blues roots; it’s just pure mood. Like sitting in a half-empty movie theater that’s playing Alphaville or Wild Strawberries and watching patron’s heads briefly illuminated from the screen; Free Advice (and all of the Cindy output) transfers you to these momentary worlds. The songs on Free Advice are these moments in mood: Phillips and Jackson’s rhythms create the foundation, while Diko’s keys rise and fall. Gill’s guitar rattles, vocals brood, and lyrics create these narratives that depict observers, not necessarily wronged rather, cautious and investigative of the world around them.

Cindy

Free Advice

Tough Love
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Album artwork for Free Advice by Cindy
LP

£22.99

Black
Limited to 500 copies
Released 17/12/2021Catalogue Number

TLV137LP

Cindy

Free Advice

Tough Love
Album artwork for Album artwork for Free Advice by Cindy by Free Advice - Cindy
Album artwork for Free Advice by Cindy
LP

£22.99

Black
Limited to 500 copies
Released 17/12/2021Catalogue Number

TLV137LP

Tough Love have partnered with West Coast imprint Mt St Mtn for the release of Free Advice, the instant slowcore / dreampop classic by San Fran four piece, Cindy. Free Advice offers a somber-yet-uplifting take on sobered dream pop. Imagine if Galaxie 500’s On Fire didn’t have a guitar solo or if The Trinity Session was stripped of its folk and blues roots; it’s just pure mood. Like sitting in a half-empty movie theater that’s playing Alphaville or Wild Strawberries and watching patron’s heads briefly illuminated from the screen; Free Advice (and all of the Cindy output) transfers you to these momentary worlds. The songs on Free Advice are these moments in mood: Phillips and Jackson’s rhythms create the foundation, while Diko’s keys rise and fall. Gill’s guitar rattles, vocals brood, and lyrics create these narratives that depict observers, not necessarily wronged rather, cautious and investigative of the world around them.