This is truly new for High Places.
If you've read and heard about High Places, you're used to the generalisms: poly-rythms, ethnic pop references, flute sounds. Well, try using the ever-superflous “Chinese Pop” modifier on this track.
This sultry and straight-ahead dance floor-prepped tune is truly the sound of Los Angeles rubbing off on the former Brooklynites. We eagerly await the march of remixes.
The track will appear on their April album, High Places vs. Mankind on Thrill Jockey.