Scottish quartet Yakima takes the ASMR symphony of our favorite meals cooking into indie pop euphony with their latest single “Thanks.” Layered with woozy strings and hazy choruses, “Thanks” nestles us into that rare moment of small joy that provide a dreamy break from the overall chaos of our own daily lives. Enjoy:
On their new single, the band shared: “‘Thanks’ is the result of us trying to be mellow. It’s intended for those who give it a listen to close their eyes and imagine us preparing their favourite meal for them in a delicate fashion.”
The track is from their upcoming debut EP Go Virtually, which will be out on April 3rd.
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