According to this New Yorker review of just-released Blue Valentine, going to see that movie will demolish our tender hearts and teach us that "the first heady bloom of rapture is doomed to rot and fall." We're adults and don't try and shy away from truth and its consequences in the streets so we're going to try and handle it. If the realness is too much trauma and we need to scrub it over with some color afterward in order to keep eagerly funneling bold and comfortable energy into our own maturing relationships, we'll use doses of "Touching Down." It's a wet and gushy, catchy all-senses takeover that's still in some way clear eyed and tethered to the ground, like the best kind of love. Therapies Son is 19 and living in California, where feelings are grown on stout trees next to organic avocados. Look forward to his EP Over The Sea in March. (Via Transparent)
Download: Therapies Son, "Touching Down"