Debut EP from highly promising Londoner Arlo Day (Alice Barlow to her friends). Bad Timing establishes Day as the next in line to the bedroom-indie throne previously occupied by the likes of Mitski and Waxahatchee. These are dusk-lit, brooding songs that see Day and her guitar augmented by shoegazey washes of sound. Day’s voice, woozy yet insistent, is instantly reminiscent of Angel Olsen. Cop the Bad Timing EP so you can say that you were there from the start.
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