Superhumanoids "Black Widow (Southern Shores Remix)"
- Words: Chris Kokiousis
Canada's Balearic-loving pop outfit Southern Shores (pictured above) has given the sunny getaway treatment to Superhumanoids' song "Black Widow," taken from the Los Angeles trio's recently released Exhibitionists LP for Innovative Leisure. Waves of gorgeous vocal lines and oceanic chimes swell into the track's main melody, where singer Sarah Chernoff coos over the freewheeling, enraptured beat. Akin to The Avalanches' or Air France's bursting pop collages, Southern Shores' production harnesses the power of its samples for the betterment of mankind, with legality thrown happily to the wind.
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