This three-song EP from Taipei's Lily et Coco was quite interesting to listen to. The first two songs sound a lot like old 8-bit Nintendo game soundtracks, but with some really beautiful harmonies thrown in. The keyboard player and the guitar player have a pretty good idea about how to complement each other simply, and without overachieving. I would play the first two songs if I was cleaning the house or walking aimlessly through the woods near my home, perhaps on my way to kill a neighbor, or steal a chainsaw to sell for meth. They're good if you need to concentrate on other things.
The third song is absolutely great. Very pretty keyboard sounds, again complementing a pretty guitar. It has an inspiring "We are the Champions" feel to the middle of it, which could possibly make me reconsider murder or theft. I like the upbeat happiness to this song.
This album is short, so I wouldn't buy it for anything more than 100NT, but their live show can be pretty fun. I've seen them a few times, and they always entertain.
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