The feeling of swimming through jello is a rare but enjoyable one. That is exactly how listeners feel while immersed in tracks by Brooklyn-based psych pop four-piece, Cutouts. 

Cutouts, equipped with a history of sonic mesmerization, released their new, intense, almost enveloping single early this summer, “Thirst,” continuing their well-developed relationship with the journey that is neo-psych music. 

This new single begins with a Homeshake-esque introduction. After this swift preface, the Mild High Club-like vocals kick in and listeners are catapulted into a comfortable environment. With airy vocals that give listeners the feeling of floating, this song is absolutely one that has the right to be played over and over; its seamlessness feels like a cushion of kindness.  



audrey keelin