Snail Mail - Habit
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 79 ratings
2016 Ratings: #146
Liked by 4 people
July 12, 2016 / Release Date
EP / Format
- / Label
Indie Rock, Lo-Fi / Genres
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this is complex and the best music a high school aged musician can create. the epitome of understated
It's solid. This is a pretty good "mood" EP. What I mean by that is the whole EP has a consistent mood. This set of tracks has an bummed-out feeling to it. This EP shines in it's lyrics which deal with being unsure with yourself, feeling depressed, and isolation, which I could feel and relate to. I would listen to this again if I feel the mood, but I'd just prefer a project with more variety in sound; but for what this is, it's good!
(edit: not too big a fan of this EP's sound ... read more
Space Vacation
Thinning is pretty stupendous. I like that song very much.
Slug is second best.
The others are mostly good to just okay.
Snail Mail's Matador debut is going to be an instant Indie classic, just you wait
A very, very promising set of songs from the young group. Thinning is one of the best indie songs to come out in the past couple years, and the whole "sad girl" aesthetic that the band gives off is done just enough to be tasteful, and not over-dramatic as it often can be.
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Added on: December 11, 2016