Best Album of 2015 To: Put On When You Need To Get Lost
First Bite: “heartsigh”
“Heartsigh” launches Purity Ring’s second album into orbit, sending its sounds into perpetual motion (much like I was at their live show). Like a spider crawling from one hand onto the next, unaware that the unending surfice is only two human hands trading places, each time I put this album on, I get lost in its swells, bass drops and sweetly searing vocals, unaware how many tracks I have traveled through or how many remain. Eventually I arrive at stillness in woe and my heart cries for this collection of sensual sonics to wash over me for another eternity.