“Bloodstream” encapsulates the addictive mosaic

of sounds that Siegel is working with—nearly-ominous, vintage synths married with hand claps and myriad other electronic quirks. The thing that really makes the track though is Siegel’s voice, warm, frantic and demanding, a combination that makes it impossible to ignore and deeply charismatic.”

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“The merger of keyboard swirls, insistent percussion, and

Firehorse singer Leah Siegel’s impassioned vocals put the latest single from the band firmly in the aesthetic of revisionist indie rock.”

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“Firehorse radiates all manner of heat and fire in its

resonant, slow-burning sound.”

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