Chairlift gets mellow and melancholic on “Crying in Public”

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Chairlift | photo courtesy of the artist
Chairlift | photo courtesy of the artist

We’re two weeks away from Moth, the first album in three years from Brooklyn electro-pop duo Chairlift. The band’s first taste of the album came from “Ch-Ching,” a dance-pop earworm that’s so unbelievably catchy it somehow seems unfair. Today the band showed the flipside: a mellow and melancholic ballad called “Crying in Public” that’s reminiscent of Dido and Everything But the Girl. Give it a listen below: Moth is out January 22nd on Columbia Records.

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