Let’s get straight to the point. You know what day it is. And thoughts on reform policy aside, you simply can’t ignore the relevance of a group called Marijuana Sweet Tooth on today’s “holiday”. Marijuana Sweet Tooth first sparked up in the summer of 2017 with their debut EP Playing Cards, passing around hybrid strains of country, shoegaze, ambient, and lo-fi alt-rock. Fronted by guitarist-vocalist Mateo Mares and singer Lizzie Buckley, MST’s signature “low, slow & hazy” sound and almost snow globe level of roundedness is a remedy ripe for the isolation blues.
Today Marijuana Sweet Tooth released Something Has To Change But It Can’t Be Me, the group’s gorgeously produced debut full-length. Something Has To Change But It Can’t Be Me is available on Bandcamp for whatever price feels right for you just for 4/20, and even if you space on the date, you can the second of ten new tunes from Marijuana Sweet Tooth, “You Never Think Of Me”!
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