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This track is a simple reminder as to why the fall is awesome. Though the summer isn't quite over, we're already seeing the amount of quality releases coming out just skyrocket, not to mention the innumerable amount of tour announcements happening daily.
The best piece of post-Labor Day bliss so far is the latest from Canadian duo Love Thy Brother. The track, "Holy Days," is a collaboration with Brighton-based indie singer Johnny Stemp, who released a much different, but eponymous version of the track in early 2016. Linking up with Love Thy Brother, "Holy Days" sees a whole new shadow of light in its re-envisioning from the group. With organic, aquatic, fleeting and energetic steel drum sounds and an unmatched melancholy from Stemp, this might bring both artists some new attention as we head into fall.
"Holy Days" is due out on September 22nd and will be featured on Eton Messy's In:Season compilation.