A dreamy, retrospective tune about the fading affection between two people who used to be intimately involved, Boston-based five-piece Divine Sweater have shared their latest single ‘I Knew You Better’. Taken from their second album Divine Sweater Presents: The Ten Year Plan, which is set for release on 26th March, the track is a buoyant blend of soft vocals, grooving beats and playful keys.
Formed of Meghan Kelleher (vocals), Sean Seaver (guitar, vocals), Chris Southiere (drums), Alex Goldberg (bass) and Stephen Lin (keys), Divine Sweater were busy sharing their alt-pop sounds on their local live circuit, playing slots with fellow Boston band Forever Honey before the Covid-19 pandemic hit. The group self-released their debut album Human Love in 2019, and are gearing up to share their second LP later this month, with airy single ‘I Knew You Better’ being the first taste of what’s to come.
Combining catchy lyrics with lilting synths and tight vocal harmonies, Divine Sweater have crafted a charming slice of indie pop on this latest offering. Keep your eyes peeled for more single releases over the next month.
Listen to ‘I Knew You Better’ below.
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