Bookended by two gasps and layered harmonies Amber Coffman style, the self-titled single from Mozart's Sister is a lot of fun, though you get a sense that sparse synth melodies and commanding vocals are only half the picture. Like, I wouldn't be surprised if this was about a piece of roadkill the band saw one time. Who even knows anymore, right? But the song's video doesn't do much to contradict the wistful atmosphere, using (probably[hopefully?]) can-do microbudget planning that makes an entire style out of a handful of non traditional camera angles and a few different coloured light bulbs, plus lots of footage of the band and their friends singing. Watch below via Stereogum.