While her peers prepared for end of year exams, eighteen-year-old Lindsay Jordan released her debut album, Lush, through the label that both Kim Gordon and Kurt Vile are signed to.
A concise thirty-eight minutes sees Snail Mail power through punchy guitar driven indie-pop songs akin to contemporaries Soccer Mommy and Girlpool, but with better hooks.
Highlights include the lo-fi lament of Intro and Heat Wave’s buoyant licks.
Overall, a thrilling introduction that will surely garner a devout following.
Words – Zara Hedderman