Release Date: July 8, 2016
Genre: Stoner pop
Peterborough’s RENDERS released her debut self-titled EP on July 8, 2016 through the Bandcamp platform. The release contains four tracks including the singles “Running Through the Night” and “I am Gone.”
Interestingly, the album goes beyond the typical mainstream pop music through it’s lyrical capabilities. As stated by the artist, “I write about the fluid and complex relationships we face – relationships tied to personal growth, inner struggles, and the multi-faceted world of human relations.” This is evident throughout the album. The lyrics are delivered through good vocal and instrumental combinations that make the album enjoyable to listen to.
If hesitant hearing that the album is “stoner pop,” I would recommend checking out the singles “Running Through the Night” and “I am Gone” first to gain a sense of the EP. It is easy to fall in love with. Although it is simply four songs, it is enough to satisfy the listener yet allow the listener to easily crave more. As stated on the Bandcamp page, a full EP release is set to follow the initial release. I am looking forward to listening to more. I would highly recommend checking out RENDERS’ self-titled EP.
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