Brooklyn duo Bathe talk about ghosting in new single “Kimmi”.

After introducing this talented duo from Brooklyn, I got really excited at the prospect of hearing more from the Bathe boys. Today marks the day I finally get to ear the new single titled “Kimmi”. A track that touches upon the trials and tribulations of a burgeoning relationship cut short by the ghosting of said character in the song: “Kimmi” and the dating experiences (good or bad) that have been seen the creation of the word ghosting come into the general use (see the Urban Dictionary definition below for the less acquainted).

Ghosting: The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date. This is done in hopes that the ghostee will just “get the hint” and leave the subject alone, as opposed to the subject simply telling them he/she is no longer interested.

All this introduction to actually say we dig this new track a lot. The swirling guitars and stellar production by Corey Smith-West to the always on point lyrics and vocal delivery by singer-songwriter Devin Hobdy. This new single is a great addition as a second single as well as a great appetizer of what is to come in the forthcoming EP “I’ll Miss You” due out later this year. You can totally fall for the wavy surf-R&B they’ve managed to harness beautifully.

For fans of Blood Orange, Beach Boys and D’Angelo.

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Last modified: February 19, 2019

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