Indie rock band Quilt have released their third album, Plaza, via Mexican Summer Records.
The LP contains ten songs spanning 40 minutes that was recorded in Brooklyn, New York, and was produced by Jarvis Taveniere.
Band members on Plaza are John Andrews (Vocals, Drums), Anna Rochinski (Vocals, Guitar, Organ), Shane Butler (Vocals, Guitar), and Keven Lareau (Vocals, Bass).
The songs on Plaza demonstrate Quilt's knack for blending a summery pop rock feel with tinges of psychedelic mellowness. "Searching For" and "Roller" have an urgency to their rhythm, but don't feel rushed, while songs like "Eliot St." have a Beatles-esque vibe to them.
Quilt have an ability to craft a hazy late '60s sound into tracks like "Passerby" and "Padova," tapping into a Jefferson Airplane influence. "O'Connor's Barn" feels warm, and is a great example of the shimmering rock sound that Quilt is recognized for.
Plaza is a strong album for the band, with excellent production and well placed song selection. Fans of this style of indie rock should enjoy Plaza.
Songs we like are "Passerby," "Roller," "Eliot St.," "Hissing My Plea," and "Own Ways."
Plaza is currently available on Amazon. You can also stream the full album above, via Spotify.
For the latest music, news, and tour dates from Quilt, check out their Zumic artist page.