In 2014, the Swedish indie-pop trio released Structures, which featured irresistibly catchy love (and death) songs, seamless harmony, and playful rhythms imbued with delicacy. Like Swimming is a magical paradox, possessing an innate aptitude for blending the acoustic with the electronic and showcasing a refined sense of the absurd.
Released this Friday, Tiny Structures is comprised of intimate, stripped down versions of Structure's original tracks. Tiny Structures honors the music in its most authentic and transparent form. The band says, "We've used ukuleles, pencils, glass, and kids' drumkits to create new versions of the songs from the album, and each time we found new energy in the songs as they were transformed. The versions became smaller and smaller, and that's when the idea of Tiny Structures came to us." The EP also includes a couple of new songs--the band's haunting cover of Major Lazer's "Lean On" and their latest track, "Cover My Eyes." Click here to listen.