Since 2009 Seattle's Lemolo has garnered acclaim for their icy mix of just-so piano recital songwriting, astronomical synth textures, and bandleader Meagan Grandall's languidly sleepy voice. This summer Lemolo is touring in support of 2015's Red Right Return, an album with songs that are structured like water: Tempos find paths of least resistance, while tensions build and release in a way that's free flowing but purposeful. Much like water, listeners' attention can ebb. But on tracks like "Aglow," when Grandall steps aside long enough to let the guitars and dynamics explode like sparklers in the night, her band is indeed something to behold. WILLIAM KENNEDY
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