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Exclusive Premiere | Who Can Sleep’s “Salt & Honey” Is Quite Tasty

LA-based indie pop duo play lo-fi feel good music that you can get lost in.

Patrick Greenby Patrick Green

Who Can Sleep play indie pop music that feels like an evening walk in some uber-hip neighborhood with a wine and paint studio. It’s light, warm and since they call Atwater Village home, there’s probably a cute dog involved.

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Crave is exclusively premiering the LA-based duo of Lexie Helgerson and Dean Vivirito’s latest single, “Salt And Honey,” a lo-fi duet ditty with slow-mo melodies that wash over you like a fall breeze, a bit chilly, but a good excuse to put your arm around someone, while exchanging LaCroix recipes. Vivirito talked about the story behind the song via email:

“I was struggling to finish this song late one night. Lexie came home from Hyperion Tavern saying she’d seen me there. Well, not really me, but me from ten years ago, which is weird because I used to go there all the time. It occurred to me that I knew how to finish the song and that she and I are definitely connected outside the bounds of our known universe. And/or she’s really out there.”

 For more on Who Can Sleep (go here) and check out their upcoming mini-tour down below.

August 5th // Sacramento, CA // Shine

August 20th // Davis, CA // Sophia’s Thai Kitchen

August 22nd // Berkeley, CA // The Back Room

August 25th // Bolinas, CA // Smiley’s Saloon

September 20th // Los Angeles, CA // The Hi Hat

October 7th // Azusa, CA // Mantra Coffee

October 23rd // Los Angeles, CA // Resident

November 5th // Joshua Tree, CA // Joshua Tree Saloon