Following their debut single from earlier this fall, Brooklyn lofi indie outfit Ok Cowgirl share their second track, “Don’t Go.” Under the Radar premiered the track, praising how “although the track displays a brighter side to the band, Lavigne once again shows herself to be a dynamic vocalist, able to deliver a belted pop chorus with as much impact as her sweet and restrained vocals on the verses. The result is a joyous few minutes of bright indie rock, filled with earworm synth lines and rose-colored memories.”
The dreamy, synth-laden track was inspired by being in the moment, those days when life feels electric. “It’s a wispy optimistic take on watching time drip by through rose colored glasses,” says frontwoman Leah Lavigne.
“Don’t Go” (mixed by John Miller and mastered by Dan Millice) interweaves still-overdriven Fenders with dulcet vintage keyboards, maintaining the core sounds in the group’s arsenal while arguing the opposite attitude of “Get Gone. // Continue to the full article