#NEWMUSICMONDAY: She-Devils “Come”


She-Devils is the Montreal retro-pop duo Audrey Ann and Kyle Jukka. Their debut single “Come” layers distorted 60’s psych-pop sounds stitched together by Jukka, as Ann’s vocals order the listener to “Come. Come. Come. Don’t try to resist me.”  With crunchy vocals that play like an incantation, and swirls and loops of hypnotic noise, we won’t resist at all. Take a listen to “Come” below.

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