The new single comes from forthcoming LP 'Good Luck, Kid'
Neighbors are Brooklyn's Noah Stitelman (and friends) — a nice guy with a real knack for the kind of upbeat but downcast indietronica that the Postal Service popularized. That's not to say his style is stuck in the early aughts. His new single "Diamonds" is a great example of what dude does so well: a transcendent electric guitar lick is soon echoed by ultra-modern synthesizer wobble, and when Stitelman sings, his kind coo bobs right on the surface, pushed along by the steady drumming. The song will wind up on a pending LP dubbed Good Luck, Kid , which was recorded and produced by Kyle "Slick" Johnson (Modest Mouse, the Hives, Rogue Wave) in Neighbor's neighboring Philadelphia. Recommended if you like the One AM Radio, classic Morr Music titles, and dates that consist of holding hands and low chuckles.