Mm-hmm. Hot town. Summer in the city. Back of my neck gettin’ dirty and gritty.
Let’s round ’em up.
The three Haim sisters take their Fleetwood Mac meets Wilson Phillips vibe and make the pop-rock album of the summer. If vocal harmonies are your thing, then HAIM are your thing.
Vampire Weekend’s bassist steps out with his sophomore solo effort. His suave electro-pop harks back to 1980’s Bowie and Ferry. Serious moonlight. (But not that serious.)
Lucy Rose – Something’s Changing
Tasteful pop with occasional folky touches. Simply lovely.
Speaking of harmonies …
King Washington, straight out of Cali, rock out with an eclectic collection that draws on decades of influences with stellar vocals from all three Kings.