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'Sunlight Daze' Will Help You Get Lost In The Cosmos

In the first song from Mimicking Birds' forthcoming Layers of Us, the band unleashes an irresistibly spaced-out stunner.
Mimicking Birds' new album, Layers of Us, comes out Jan. 18. Source: Spencer Gentz

' Nate Lacy writes songs that creep and unsettle without sacrificing an iota of beauty. "," from 2014, was perhaps that year's best song: an endlessly replayable earworm that never lost its lithe sense back in 2015 — and the occasional tour with its longtime friends and collaborators in — the band has stayed pretty quiet since then.

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