THE DEBUT ALBUM BY LASER THE BOY
Gay, angry, lo-fi alt rock from Laser, singer/songwriter behind the Doubleclicks & Teaching a Robot to Love. Produced by Brandon Eggleston (producer, the Mountain Goats).
“It’s equal parts venomous and flirtatious, teetering between volatile, heart-weary indie-rock and confessionally-etched odes to adoration and romance. He perceives the world a certain way, always through a give-no-fucks filter, even when he’s wooing a lover. “It’s the way that you look at me / And the way that you let me look at you,” sings Laser with “The Way You Look at Me,” his voice as light as a feather. Even as airy as his tone is, there’s always a weight to it, as you’ll hear on standouts “Lucky Me” and “Don’t You Know Who I Am?” — oscillating between jagged and smooth. Laser needles his lyrics with such vocal panache that his words are heightened, electric, intense.”
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