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If You Feel Like Everything's 'Unraveling,' Frances Cone Has A Song For You

"Unraveling" comes along at the right time, as the Brooklyn band tackles a few of the ways life conspires to overwhelm.
Frances Cone's new song is titled "Unraveling." Source: Geoff Leung

It's only rolled out a few songs so far, but the Brooklyn band has already carved out a distinct sound — a sweet slow burn in which songs build gradually, really gets at what works about Frances Cone's music: Each cooed "ooooh" is in the exact right place, weaving together to form a warm and hypnotic tapestry.

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