OVERCOATS – ” I Don’t Believe In Us / Kai’s Song “

Posted: November 10, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Overcoats is a Brooklyn-based duo that mixes traditional folk, soul, and gospel with the forward-thinking electronic production of Sylvan Esso and Little Dragon. Their debut album “YOUNG” is built on the themes of family, love, and concepts of womanhood. Produced by Nicolas Vernhes (Daughter, Dirty Projectors) and experimental R&B artist Autre Ne Veut, the deluxe edition of their debut album YOUNG featuring the new track “I Don’t Believe In Us” is out now!

If you needed yet another reason to love Overcoats, bless them because they just gave it to you. At the end of April, Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell, uber-talented vocalists/musicians/all-around stargrlz, released their highly anticipated debut album, Young, and it’s a game changer.

The 12-song album, co-written by the duo, builds upon their self-titled EP (which featured “Smaller Than My Mother”, “The Fog”, “Walk On”, and “Little Memory”), and brings several new songs into the fold, each imbued with its own personality. The more familiar tracks have also been revamped, creating a fuller, more mature soundscape that personifies where Overcoats have been, where they are, and where they’re going. And boy, are they going places.

Overcoats have an incredible ability to create honest stories that allow us to heal openly.  A subtle, but ever-present concept throughout the album is learning who we are in the world and coming to terms with the ways in which we have changed


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