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Listen To Chairlift’s “Crying In Public”

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January 08, 2016

Chairlift's latest track is a smooth merger of lite-reggae and jangly pop: the verses creep along, full of bounce and space and bass, until Caroline Polacheck springs into a double-time cadence next to chiming guitar. I'm sorry I'm causing a scene on the train, she sings. The reason for her anguish? I'm falling for you. Listen above, and revisit Chairlift's FADER interview.

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Update, 1/8/2015, 2:00 PM:
The FADER originally reported that "Crying In Public" came together with help from Robin Hannibal. According to Chairlift, that is not the case; the song is self-produced.  
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Listen To Chairlift’s “Crying In Public”