Stream: Bouquet share minimalist pop of “All Living Rooms”

Living RoomsLos Angeles minimalist pop duo Bouquet have just released their new single, "All Living Rooms". The track will feature in an upcoming episode from the third season of Transparent.

"All Living Rooms" is a hauntingly beautiful track, with Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs' vocals drifting in and out over Max Foreman's synth.

The single is taken from the duo's upcoming debut album, Spellbreaker, due to be released at the end of 2016. The album is mixed with Cole Marsden Greif-Neill.

Bouquet were formed in 2013 by Riggs (vocals and guitar) and Foreman (vocals and synth). They take an approach to pop songwriting influenced by early electronic post punk and 70s folk, creating a world of surrealist imagery with emotional resonance.

Riggs is a visual artist, chorus director, and recently created the score for a Cartoon Network short; Forman is an experimental composer and music professor. The two bonded over a shared love of boundary pushing artists such as Sly & the Family Stone, Laurie Anderson, The Raincoats, Yoko Ono, Suicide, Gal Costa, Julee Cruise, Silver Apples, and Throbbing Gristle. In 2015 Bouquet released their debut EP In A Dream on Ulrike/Folktale Records.

Find out more about Bouquet on their website and stream "All Living Rooms" below:


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