Their new EP captures the band evolving together in the best of ways. On the sweeping, driving "Grand Canyon," Peppet dreams of contact with apparitions of old friends and departed poets. “Lunar Rover (Quarantine Version)” reimagines the Almost fan favorite in the context of quarantine— ruminating on long-distance connection from the surface of the moon. The mechanical rhythms and cutting lyrics of "Bad Enough" explore the self-doubt that looms over periods of intense transition. On “Both Sides Now”, the band uses the classic Joni Mitchell tune to reflect on how much they've grown since their inception.
The Ophelias are changing in sound, location, and gender— but their camaraderie is strong as ever.