Most faculty initiatives get tucked away into aptly titled folders on a pc, hidden from plain sight, not often to ever even be considered once more.
But for NYU alums Noah Yoo and Sedona Schat, their undertaking— their alt-pop group, Cafuné— was simply too treasured to tuck away.
In reality, it’s what saved them grounded via the post-grad transition, and extra not too long ago, throughout a worldwide pandemic, in the end resulting in the recording of their debut album, Running, out on July 20th by way of their personal Aurelians Club label.
While it’ll embody beforehand launched singles, “Tek It” and “Want Me Out,” the duo simply launched their official lead single, “High.”
The slightest parallel may be made between “High” and BENEE and Gus Dapperton’s breakout single, “Supalonely.”
The similar use of a languid melody, hidden in a fragile fragrance of electrical guitars and unassuming percussions, catches your breath within the first few beats.
But the place this monitor breaks away is Schat’s creamy vocals, wrapping around Yoo’s brilliant guitar plucks like luscious silk, singing “I’m over the line / Still sane, I’m feeling just fine / So much better than I am most of the time.”
An intimate have a look at the isolating results of melancholy on shut relationships, it casts away its breezy summertime standing and provides slightly extra depth with sincere lyrics and bared down instrumentals.