Annie Booth and Chris McCory first worked together on Boothe’s 2018 release Spectrum. Their new project, Slow Weather, offers a proper and satisfying new collaboration. Debut EP Clean Living features five pretty, pastoral indiepop numbers, enhanced by some enjoyable boy/girl vocal interplay. A sunny affair, Clean Living goes great with the hope of morning and a warm cuppa to boot. But we’re really digging the fun, Buffalo Bill referencing “Great White Male,” and its trippy, wrong side of the Rapture video, which you can enjoy below.
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