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Babyalligator ‘Enigma’

Olivia here. I’m writing today’s blog post in advance because tomorrow (today) I’m going to be in the midst of an epic journey from London to Barrow in Furness, to visit my boyfriend’s family. This mega trip is going to take a grand total of around 10 hours, 7 of which will be spent on a stuffy, overcrowded coach (which I’m told doesn’t stop at all during the journey). Why would I put myself through this you ask? Well, the simple answer is that I haven’t been to my partners hometown in over 3 years, which is pretty shameful when you think about it. It just takes SO LONG to get there. I am looking forward to the trip though; his family live near to the Lake District, which is absolutely beautiful, and it will be good to have a change of scenery for a few days. In the spirit of long journeys, today’s Track Of The Day is the perfect track to listen to whilst staring pensively out a coach window. ‘Enigma‘ from Berlin’s Babyalligator is a introspective four minutes of dreamy lo-fi pop, with folky picked guitar and sombre cello drones. With a gentle vocal delivery and an honest and unaffected soundworld, whatever you’re doing today, this track is sure to offer a few minutes of quiet reflection. Enjoy.

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