Acid Pop Meets Beatles In thanks.’ “Annabelle”

Across the acid universe.

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Los Angeles trio, thanks., is back with a love song titled “Annabelle” where we get a crossover between Beatles and acid pop. Largely influenced by The Beatles’ “Across The Universe,” the track exudes a classy vibe and a playful simplicity that stretches to stoner romanticism. “Cause Annabelle I want you to know / If things are blurry, you can walk out the door / Cause I would die and go to hell to save this love, Annabelle” chants thanks. It’s time to travel across the acid universe:

“Annabelle” is from thanks.’ upcoming debut album, Colfax, which will be released sometime soon. Thanks. is comprised of Mario Borgatta, Steve Pagano, and Nick Monahan who describe their songs as “sunny, infectious indie pop songs…reminiscent of MGMT and early Vampire Weekend.” They’ve been making waves in the psyche-pop world with their single “Your World” which has already amassed more than 23k streams on SoundCloud. As of now they seem to be caught up working on their debut record, so expect new tunes to start rolling in in the next few months.