Now Playing: Plastic Picnic – 'September Second'

Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Photo by Bronson Snelling

Last week saw Brooklyn-based four-piece Plastic Picnic share their sophomore EP Vistalite, and featuring on the release is their lush single 'September Second'. The single follows their previous single 'After You', which the band broke down for us in a feature we did with them last month (link).

Though the song may feature introspective and stirring words, it's also home to vibrant instrumentals, such as buoyant and dancing synth arrangements and shimmering guitars. On the track, the band said, "'September Second' is a song about guilt and regret. While a breakup is never easy, this song is a confession — directly about the pain involved in that process. It’s a plea with yourself to not make the same mistakes in the future, that may lead to something great being destroyed."

If you love 'September Second' and Plastic Picnic as much as we do, check out their brand new EP here.

Written by Amy Smolcic (@amysmolcic)

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