This review was originally published in May of 2018.
The band is MUNYA, from Montreal, and the sound here is late-era Europop with some modern psychedelia. You can get high just on that breathy falsetto.
It's a cute little nightclub shuffle, a melody stolen from Marilyn Monroe's face, and enough reverb to sedate a small child. This is some grown-up stuff here, talking about kisses and caged-up savages. The chorus gets in your head; it's one of those fuzzy-afternoon lullabies for couples who aren't sleeping.