Good Morning aim to please. Besides being an incredibly friendly and charismatic band, they also have a mood which woozes and sways; like treacle slowly dripping off a spoon, if that visual could somehow become audible. Pair that mood with crackling, lo-fi production, and you’re left with tapes that perhaps were only to be distributed to friends and family – intimate recordings of intimate thoughts, they’ll share them with you too, if you’d listen. After 2017’s vinyl re-release of their first two EP’s, Good Morning returns to the wax (and your ears) with songs that express growth, confidence, and experimentation. No more Mac DeMarco comparison’s here, no siree.