Indie rock dudes singing falsetto can, at times, be a bit off-putting. It isn't a macho or manly sound. It isn't very inviting, either; but somehow, Pat Grossi (Active Child), and others like him, are able to make it work beautifully. On You Are All I See, Grossi invents an intricate, layered arrangement of sounds that transform his voice into an instrument itself. You are enveloped in their expansive depths. He invites you in to close your eyes, hold his hand, and float away with him. You Are All I See is a conversation, and intimate relationship, between an artist and a listener.
Recommended If You Like:
Active Child's 2010 Curtis Lane ep, killer falsetto å la Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), choir boys, epic synth, daydreaming, falling in love, M83.
dark, glowing, seductively dancing angels.
getting lost in the clouds while surrounded by songbirds.
Listen to When:
in the midst of the most passionate kiss of your life.
Vinyl the Cat says:
I wanna curl up in a dark, cozy corner and listen to this through headphones.
Active Child - Playing House (Feat. How To Dress Well)
Active Child - Johnny Belinda