Pale Seas make ominous indie pop with influences from melancholic dream pop bands and 60s harmonizers, and the 'Places to Haunt' EP is here to show that off. This record is soft and seething, characterised by atmospheric guitar riffs, acoustic strums and percussive brushes, plus the lead vocals of Jacob Scott, whose inflections recall the whispered, stoical voice of Destroyer's Dan Bejar.
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