Stream: Fonda, ‘You’ve Got a Life of Your Own’



Fonda stayed in hibernation from 2003 to ’11 – family life, days jobs and such – but once the L.A. band released the fuzzy, Britpop-inspired “Better Days” last year, we knew we were getting more. And those who regularly find themselves smitten with ’90s dream-pop shoegaze and a hint of twee melody will agree that everything leading up to their forthcoming album “Sell Your Memories” (out Feb. 5 on Minty Fresh) has been a divine synthesis of heavy reverb and sunshine. In “You’ve Got a Life of Your Own,” vocalist Emily Cook’s controlled vocals beautifully wrap around the roar of David Klotz’ crunchy guitars, once again declaring their veteran status.

||| Previously: “Seeing Stars,” “Some Things Aren’t Worth Knowing,” “Better Days”