They're weird, they're mysterious, and they're good. What more do you need to listen to them? The name is Kins, a quartet based out of Brighton, England. And their music is absolutely phenomenal. I would have to say that they might even be... kin to fellow British rock band Alt-J, at least in sound and style. On the band's self-titled debut, each track is as luscious and warm as a fine summer's evening. Stand-out track "Aimless" is a prime example of this.
"Aimless" is everything I could want in a song, and then some. It envelops you within seconds, bringing you into this lovely trance that you will never want to leave. The mesmerizing singing starts next, but it does not take the forefront of the song. It's simply there to help develop the surrounding blanket of warmth that is the music. By the end of the track, you'll be wanting to hit replay, just to get that hit of pure bliss.