Brooklyn’s Conveyor has managed to both charm us and leave us wanting more with tidbits of their pretty, poignant art-pop: a single here, an EP or a split 7 there, all with a cherry of a SXSW performance on top. Good thing that trail of crumbs does, in fact, lead to the release of Conveyors debut full-length this summer, the perfect season for listening to the foursomes sun-flecked harmonies and acoustic guitars.
As a second listen off their as-yet-untitled album, Conveyor brings us Mane, which arrives on May 15 on limited white vinyl 7 b/w Maine (told you they were cute). The band accurately describes the song as a wouldve/couldve/shouldve embrace of lost love over a Sub-Saharan carousel of acoustic rounds. Check it out below.
The “Mane” single is now available to pre-order at Gold Robot Records’ website.