"Because we play live so much, we've built this show that’s somewhat different from Woman," says frontman Milosh. "It's a little more psychedelic. I wanted to bring that to the second record. I really wanted to incorporate much more soulful and earthy colors. It had to be all live percussion and piano. The human intimacy had to come through the actual instrumentation on this record. 'Please' is the stepping stone to where we’re headed."

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Listen to both tracks below (skip through for "Summer Days").

"Please"/"Summer Days" is out now via Loma Vista.