The Brooklyn seven-piece band, all boy/all girl, are streaming a new song called “Glitters”, from off their upcoming EP release Trophy, due out March 3rd via Grind Select. The band feels akin to a more upbeat Dark Dark Dark. Lead singer Danielle Lovier’s has as much range in her voice as the band does with its instrumentation. She’s thundering through her vocals here, opening this song with this verse: “… Take off all my clothes and run naked through the street” — but I’ve also heard her sing a more subdued low tone on a track like “Dirt”, a song about mortality. There’s a hint of jazz, Appalachia, folk and rock in their music. But it’s Lovier’s vocals (with harmony help from her bandmate) that lend the band a sound that sometimes reminds me of Neko Case, especially on the elemental “Water”. Follow the band at facebook. — David D. Robbins Jr.