For Now is the second EP by Brooklyn duo BEACON, five songs that continue the band's exploration of the dark spaces under the surface of human relationships. As with the band's debut EP No Body, for Now is a record that conceals a great deal of depth beneath a melodic veneer-again, there's a stark contrast between THOMAS MULLARNEY's honeyed vocals and the words he's singing, although this time the mood is perhaps less sinister and more reflective. And again, themes of fractured love are prominent, particularly the distinction between love and lust, and what happens when the former falls away, leaving only the latter to fester. Musically, this is perhaps the best realization yet of Beacon's synthesis of R&B-inflected; melody with '90s electronica influenced production.
It Won't Be Long
Into The Night:
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