mp3: Majical Cloudz – “Bugs Don’t Buzz”

Majical Cloudz
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You won’t hear another song like “Bugs Don’t Buzz” today, not even this week. The Grimes producer Majical Cloudz gives a unique blend of sincere lyricism, piano and electronic noisiness, and when coupled with “Childhood’s End,” it’s hard to not start getting excited about  Impersonator, which, as Stereogum so elegantly puts it, is “an album best experienced as an album.” Love albums like that.


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Majical Cloudz is on tour with the always awesome Youth Lagoon, so check those dates. Cop the album on May 21. Read Devon Welsh’s personal letter about the song on the band’s tumblr.

05/02 Nashville TN @ Mercy Lounge
05/03 Asheville NC @ Grey Eagle Tavern
05/04 Carrboro NC @ Cats Cradle
05/06 Hoboken NJ @ Maxwells
05/07 Northampton MA @ Pearl Street Nightclub
05/08 Hamden CT @ The Space
05/09 Brooklyn NY @ The Bell House
05/10 Philadelphia PA @ Union Transfer
05/13 Toronto ON @ The Great Hall
05/14 Columbus OH @ A&R Music Bar
05/15 Chicago IL @ Metro
05/16 Madison WI @ Majestic Theatre
05/17 Minneapolis MN @ Fine Line Music Cafe

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