“Chaotic Good” reminds me a lot of the Shins with the vocal timbre and the light chorus that comes from doubling. The bass mix is a really nice soothing deep sound that feels casual. Right before the one minute mark there is form change straight out of left field and I really dig the abruptness in which it enters. The drum tones are organic and gives the song a really nice authentic sound that feels youthful. “Chaotic Good” is for someone who is looking for an authentic and organic experience in their music that pulls gently from modern contemporary production techniques. Check it out below!
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Hailing from the lush woods of Os, Norway, singer-songwriter Simen Mitlid crafts lush, Nordic indie-folk a la contemporaries like Sufjan Stevens, Fleet Foxes and Patrick Watson. Since the critical acclaimed 2017 debut album “Everything Is the Same”, Mitlid have been working on his second full length release. Self-produced and recorded in vivid locales in his hometown, the album is playful and nostalgic.