Listen: Yalls - 'Settle Down'
The last track we heard from Oakland’s Dan Casey, aka Yalls, was the beautiful 'Sayfixed' which we labelled 'interesto-pop', made our 'Track Of The Day' and subsequently put on out January 2012 playlist.
Today we have the sunshine pop classic of 'Settle Down', which is the opening track from his forthcoming Fantasy 7". Basically we love this dude. He's yet to put a foot wrong in our opinion, and 'Settle Down' might be one of his best tracks so far.
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