Sweeping harmonies, trickling synth sounds, expansive layered vocals: nordic pop does not get bigger than Lowly’s debut effort “Daydreamers.”
The fact that this is the Danish group’s first official track together as a quintet shouldn’t really affect how great we think it is, but somehow it just does. Perhaps because it’s just so perfectly formed. Tinkering electronics introduce the unassuming dream-pop number before that incredibly anthemic straight-for-the-chorus hook kicks in and you’re immediately transported to this idyllic, height of summer sonic landscape. It is total bliss, condensed and bottled into under 4 minutes for your convenience.