Formed in New York and then relocated to Los Angeles, Incan Abraham creates indie-pop that deserves to be noticed. The four-piece have garnered a lot of local attention in Los Angeles, becoming a favorite amongst Eastside music snobs and Westside hippies alike. Their brand of music is very much in the vein of Grizzly Bear or Local Natives; dreamy psych-pop with a dash of indie-folk.
Their newest offering, “Tuolomne,” is exceedingly pleasant. A calming song that makes you want to dance without shoes on. Understated synths and groovy guitar come together to form an irresistibly dreamy base to the track, with smooth vocals rounding it all out very nicely. The song sounds like the indie-pop little cousin of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros’ monster hit “40 Day Dream,” in the best way. Incan Abraham will release “Tuolumne” as well as another song, “Whidbey,” produced by Fool’s Gold lead guitarist Lewis Pesacov through L.A. indie-label White Iris on August 6th. Until then, take off your shoes, burn some incense, and enjoy “Tuolumne.”