You can hear four tracks from the album in the sampler below, including the shimmering hymn "bb gurl", lo-fi organ frenzy "don'tchya know", "no name"'s echo-slathered dreamwave, and the Waxahatchee-styled grace of "candy apples and razor blades". If you're a fan of Alex G's tender, simple pop songwriting, Gobbinjr will be right up your street.

Witmer's album the result of a private process that's spanned years. Speaking about the album, she says:

"It's a big chunk of my adolescent life squished into 40 minutes and sweetened by the sugary goodness of pop melodies. I went back to my parent's house this summer and worked with some songs I had written when I was 15 and some songs I had written when I was 18 and all in between, writing a couple more on the way. I decided not to work with anyone else; I just isolated myself and powered through the album, making it whatever I wanted it to be and nothing else. I had a lot of people previously tell me what to do with my music and i felt the result was always muddled, so this way my music was truly mine and it felt genuine for the first time."

It's set to be released on cassette via Gold Flake Tapes early next month, and is available digitally via Infinite Best (Ava Luna, Mr. Twin Sister).

Stream the Manalang sample below.