Dream pop and romantic vibes in San Ciscos track “Flaws” is a sweet and lovely song made more heartfelt with songbird type falsettos. San Cisco “Flaws” carries with it so much charm you’ll get lost every time the chorus comes around. It is nostalgic for childhood and simpler times where things added up to less and in the end meant nothing. If you’re falling in love in quarantine you might try “Flaws” by San Cisco.
Indie-pop three-piece San Cisco – Jordi Davieson, Joshua Biondillo, and Scarlett Stevens – return with their 4-song EP Flaws (out 3/27 via Nettwerk Records).
Flaws is arguably the most sensitive and vulnerable offering from the group. The track, written shortly after a breakup, sees frontman Davieson “reflecting and reconciling on personal issues” leading to the decision that he “…needed time to work through them on my own”. The track is delivered in a raw stripped back format in comparison to its predecessor Reasons, parting with their signature anthemic pop sound and instead opting to highlight Davieson’s vulnerability at the forefront of the track aided by subtle nuances and intricacies from the remainder of the band.
The Flaws EP is released globally and will include previously released singles “Skin” & “Reasons,” as well as the title track “Flaws” and album closer “Gone,” a collection of tracks from their forthcoming studio album that explores the ideas of love, loss, heartbreak and redemption.