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Sisters Marika and Miro Justad and pal Toby Kuhn moved their band Tangerine from Seattle to Los Angeles earlier this year to explore music possibilities. In August, they released “Sly Moon,” produced by Michael Shuman (Queens of the Stone Age) and Zach Dawes (Mini Mansions), and follow that now with “Fever Dream.” While upbeat, the song “reflects on what it’s like to be a woman or otherwise vulnerable person in the world,” the band says. “This song is dedicated to anyone who knows how it feels to have to walk home with your keys between your knuckles.”
||| Stream: “Fever Dream”
||| Live: Tangerine plays It’s a School Night at Bardot on Dec. 4.