These days, Amber Renee and Graham Marsh are looking inward. They’re pushing further into the territory of brighter, more joyful indie pop.
This is true of the songs on No Saviors and now on the deluxe edition, which navigates reconciling the past and making the difficult choice to save yourself, even when it’s tempting to expect someone else to do it for you. Songs like “Slow Dive” and “Dark Thoughts” explore the necessity of moving forward, while “Lay Back” and “Half Moon” exist in the overlap between joy and anxiety, nostalgia and hope.
"We're both more interested in finding joy in our music," says Amber. “For a long time, I wrote about the past and the future. But I’ve done a lot of introspection. Now I’m a bit more present.”