Meshing emotive strings with perkier indie-pop vocal sentiments, “Sun” is a pleasantly consuming track from Laughed the Physique, the Toronto-primarily based project led by Chris and Sean Panacci. The string additions remind fondly of The Clientele’s perform. The twangy guitar accompaniment at 01:38 adds enjoyable depth to the track’s hazy but melodic sound, followed up by the striking strings — all assembling for a hypnotic, blissful melody.

“You know when you are obsessed with a specific purpose or concept, not even figuring out why, but you just maintain chasing right after it anyway?” the band writes. “Our new song, “Sun,” initially came as a bit of a metaphor for that feeling. I was seeking at my plants and how they’re normally reaching and increasing in the path of the light.” The project will release its forthcoming album, Alter of Scenery on August 9th.

“Sun” and other memorable tracks from this month can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of July 2019’ Spotify playlist.

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