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Bear Hands - Fake Tunes
Bear Hands' auspicious fourth studio album Fake Tunes offers a deep dive into a twisted modern era, paranoid yet hopeful, celebrity obsessed and introspective, an unmistakable sign of troubled times. Written and recorded in the plastic warmth of Los Angeles, Fake Tunes marks an evolution beyond the confines of the tri-state area, whilst drawing upon newly formed collaborative relationships with producer Christopher Chu of POP ETC and outsider artist Ursula Rose. From the "metronomic electro-pop" (New York Times) of album opener "Blue Lips," a song about listening to someone's problems over and over until it drains you completely, to the dreamy lilt of "Clean Up California," a song about finding salvation (or not) across state lines, Fake Tunes traces the anxiety of life and love in America today. Songs like "Mr. Radioactive" and "Ignoring the Truth" inspect imperfect characters, while "Back Seat Driver (Spirit Guide)" evokes feelings of helplessness and the desire to give up control in search of inner peace.