Those of you keeping track of our output over the past year will already be more than familiar with Boyhood’s bedroom blended brand of psych’d out slow-burning poly-pop. Following a quickly out-of-print five-song EP and a springtime tour of the Eastern US, Boyhood baited us with a track on last summer’s Afterburners Vol. 2 compilation setting the tone for what would become her first full-length, When I’m Hungry. Continuing in the tradition of her first release, Caylie Runciman is a one-woman arsenal. Having written, performed, and recorded all instrumentation completely on her own, the ten tracks on When I’m Hungry channel an energy reminiscent of deeper cuts from the 90s American DIY canon years beyond the young mind that spawned them. Available NOW in an edition of 100 half-black/half-white 25 minute cassettes with digital download.
[bandcamp album=3432151420 bgcol=FFFFFF linkcol=4285BB size=venti]