Papertwin’s latest release Vox Humana was recorded under the guidance of Abe Seiferth (Yeasayer, DFA Studios) and mastered by Joe LaPorta (Vampire Weekend, Beach House).
“Brooklyn’s Papertwin certainly knows how to make dreamy, dark synthpop reminiscent of The Cure.” — Refinery29
“…a new wavy slice of synth-powered shoegaze.” — SPIN Magazine on “Alkaline”
“If you thought their first EP was enough to make you want to douse yourself in LSD and UV paint, you haven’t heard anything yet. With everything from dreamy lush synth to heavy drumbeats, Peru EP is befittingly 80’s from beginning to end and has all the perfect components of modern new wave.” — Impose Magazine
“When vocalist Max Decker opens his mouth and that haunted, slightly roughed-up, slightly reverbed tenor comes out, there’s no stopping this song. New Order, yes, is a big influence, but Papertwin emerges with its own take on that formidable sound. The combination of brisk, dance-club movement with precisely conceived instrumental lines is alluring, and the understated chorus—with a half-time melody that floats behind the beat—is both gorgeous and elusive.” — Fingertips