Mexico City Blondes sound like they make music at (and for) the moment the clock strikes midnight—especially this cosmopolitan cloud-of-smoke song "Addio." ("Goodbye" but in Italian, which is just so perfect for this band.) The silhouette of Portishead looms over this like the mystery man in a film noir, but there's plenty of classy continental influence as well—like the unexpected fuzz guitar that sounds like it came off some giallo-ready library album. Mexico City Blondes' Blush is out May 3 on Burger Records—pre-order here!" /> L.A. Record

TRACK PREMIERE: MEXICO CITY BLONDES “ADDIO”

February 26th, 2019 | Listen

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Santa Barbara duo Mexico City Blondes sound like they make music at (and for) the moment the clock strikes midnight—especially this cosmopolitan cloud-of-smoke song “Addio.” (“Goodbye” but in Italian, which is just so perfect for this band.) The silhouette of Portishead looms over this like the mystery man in a film noir, but there’s plenty of classy continental influence as well—like the unexpected fuzz guitar that sounds like it came off some giallo-ready library album. Mexico City Blondes’ Blush is out May 3 on Burger Records—pre-order here!