As a loping bass groove erupts into wave of violin, shoe gaze-guitars, and dial-up-modems, Chaidez chants her cubist love story with prayer-like intimacy. KITTEN's palette of sounds and influences remains broad, but "Memphis" displays a newfound clarity in the band's production. "'Memphis' came about after a year of touring, switching coasts back and forth, and solidifying the friendships in the band. It's a song that questions the nature of home, and ultimately determines that it's the people you love who give a place meaning," states Chaidez about the track.
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