/Indie pop, Psychedelic, Glo-rock, Alternative rock/
Comment: it is a sequent, 53rd issue in the discography of Bleeding Gold. The Chow is the combo`s follow-up to their Montequilla under the same imprint just some months ago. If you are intended to categorize somehow Justin Hrabovsky and Zach Romeo`s sound it might be tagged as "renaissance indie/alternative pop", however, sounding like Real Estate, Romantic States, Arbor Glades, and Ducktails, or Slowdive`s sound at the time of recording The Elephant Soundtrack. Slightly psychedelic, slightly laid back as if having no gravity throughout the course. My own term for this sound is "glo-rock". More concretely, all these gently sounding guitar chords, elegantly susurrous noises in the background, absent-minded singing used to make really sense. All in all, you might fall in love with it.Ok?