EP: Please

Recorded November 2015

Released April 29, 2016 on Father/Daughter Records

Engineered by Grace Coleman

Mixed by Sean Paulson


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...much of the overall mood feels half-buried, the gleaming peaks that those swooning vocals richly provide shrouded in foggy instrumentation, diluting the otherwise woozy nature of the songs and bringing an altogether more hardened intensity to each and every second of this wonderful, dramatic release.
— GoldFlakePaint
Each of the five songs that comprise Please, the band’s latest EP, are tinged with some of the characterizing qualities of epics, from the seemingly limitless scope to the penchant to sound as if their music is hopelessly reaching skyward, grasping at impossible boundaries.
— Heartbreaking Bravery
The band’s latest release, the Please EP, was released in April via Father/Daughter and features five cuts of fuzzy, emotionally wrought dreampop.
— BrooklynVegan
...the five track release is a dazzling portrait of relationships, love and sexuality. With its gauzy sheen of surf-rock meets shoegaze, Please is a romantic and seemingly limitless dreamland.
— The Grey Estates

Album: Pine

Recorded January 2015

Released April 11, 2015

Engineered by Patrick Brown

Mixed by Sean Paulson





Their music harkens back to when SF had a thriving garage scene, but taps into the elements of shoegaze that a lot of newer bands have been experimenting with - overloaded guitars and reverberating bends...If dreary ballads and reverb soaked guitar pop give you chills, Plush will satisfy all your needs.
— The Bay Bridged
The dark and heavy sound Plush could pass off as a member of Slumberland records, like Black Tambourine or even more obvious comparisons like to My Bloody Valentine, and Slowdive. Like the Vivian Girls before them, Plush borrows elements from 60’s girl groups like The Crystals. Underneath the layers of fuzz and reverb are simple infectious pop grooves.
— Cereal + Sounds