'Sin', and everything else we've heard from Peluché for that matter, is a prime example of genre bending executed perfectly. The vocal line is beautifully simple and tinted with calypso, and the lyrics are fantastic - pulling in references from hip hop more than anywhere else. I'd love to go into how great the interplay between the guitar lines and clarinet are, or how understated and groovy the bass line is, but there is so much going on in the track, it's best to just sit back and breathe it in.
The different sections of 'Sin' give a slightly overwhelming feeling of continuously getting better and better, even once you're not sure where else they could go. Peluché make interesting and intelligent music.
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