Teenender transport us to the glory of springtime on ‘Psychic’


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Michael Angelakos once remarked that his music in Passion Pit was aligned with the seasons: If a record felt like an autumn record, he’d release it then; if it had a mood or vibe that reflected elsewhere on the calendar, he’d adjust his promotional approach. We kind of feel this way with Teenender, but only in a world of perpetual spring. The Boston indie-pop crew return today (March 23) with “Psychic,” another romp of post-disco warmth and outdoor glow that has us daydreaming for that oft-elusive bloom and all the optimism and sensuality it brings. Ironically, the band recorded “Psychic” back around Christmas up in Newburyport. “We finally feel like we’ve got our ‘sound’ on this one,” the band remarks, and we’re feeling it. As Boston remains buried in a never-ending winter, we turn to Teenender’s shine and allow it to fuel our vitality. Catch them live and in action March 29, when they bring their seasonal pop to Sonia in Cambridge in support of Lo Moon and Kraus. Featured image via Teenender’s Facebook.