Austin TX’s Jamey Cummins pieces together the best of indie rock in his single “Maybe Chicago.” His coffeeshop tranquility takes on a new life with the help of jangly guitars, meandering bass lines, and cementing keys to bolster the sound. It’s dreamy and wistful, with just the right amount of cynicism to keep one foot on the ground. Cummins’ range of influences, from jazz to surf rock, come together eloquently in the track to create an overall peaceful and introspective effect. Get a taste for his carefully comforting orchestration below.