Pittsburgh’s wwoman brings the heat with “Waste Our Summer,” off his latest album Let Us Sleep Together. The classic marriage of spacey synth and lo-fi vocals brings this track appeal, but a prominent groove-infused bass line is what sets it apart. The art of layered contrasting synth is something many strive for, but wwoman can actually claim to achieve in this song without sounding contrived. His self-classified “depression pop” conjures images of sandy beaches, polaroid-captured late mornings, and no worries; something we all gravitate towards this time of year. Track down Let Us Sleep Together over on bandcamp for more summertime-slacker vibes.
Written by Cassandra Dailey