Collagé Party, Vancouver dopamine, shimmering, shuffling pop. “Be Yourself” wanders between two different headspaces: the one fit for dozing and the one fit for ambivalent introspection. What does that mean? It means that this song doesn’t inspire clarity on social issues, but does inspire the desire to look inward. Whether you’ll discover anything or not… who knows?
As with much hypna-dream-pop of late, Collagé Party’s music will help you blow off steam. It won’t necessarily teach you anything about yourself, but that’s ok sometimes. This song manages to move without being dance oriented, which lends it an added layer of seriousness.
This is the project of Canadian dream pop artist Eric Calder.
Collagé Party: Be Yourself
via No Fear of Pop. xxoo.