Amelia Meath and Nicholas Sanborn have been coined the "best random pairing in pop music." Together the duo creates Sylvan Esso. An unexpected collaboration, the two were both working with separate projects when they happened to be in the same place at the same time, playing the same venue. Their first single 'Play-It Right' was originally sung with Meath's other musical endeavor, Mountain Men, but Nicholas Sanborn heard something he wanted to create his own. From there the magic began and Sylvan Esso was born.
The duo released their self-titled debut album on May 13, and are currently touring the UK with tUne yArDs. After their UK tour, they will be back in the States for a US Tour. The two have received infinite buzz from NPR, The New York Times, Stereogum, and many more.
'Coffee' is the primary release off of their album and features Meath's playful vocals and Sanborn's perfectly placed underbelly. Helado Negro's Remix of 'Coffee' features Amelia's whimsical voice, while finding a different quality to the already stellar single. As the summer hits the USA, this is one to play with your sunglasses on and frisbee in hand.