Fargo, North Dakota trio Key Cities build sweetly haunting, lo-fi chamber pop melodies. After conference in music group camp, M.J. Parker and Charlie Gokey began producing home-recorded cassettes beneath the name Light Foliage if they had been 15 years of age, collaborating by email from their distinct edges of North Dakota. 3 years in, after accumulating a small assortment of tapes, a pal put them touching individuals at Baltimore’s Fall Information, who released Key Towns’ first recording, Zurich (beneath the White colored Foliage moniker), in 2005. Drummer Alex Abnos hopped aboard for any following Midwest tour, as well as the trio spent another couple of years tweaking their audio. After putting your signature on with Western Vinyl fabric this year 2010, the group released Red Graffiti as Key Towns, a psychedelic pop record affected by Brian Wilson. It had been quickly adopted in 2011 by Unusual Hearts, which additional explored their mixture of traditional ’60s pop and lo-fi appearance. Several singles made an appearance over the arriving two years prior to the launch of 2014’s Walk Me House LP.