Vocals so languid, stylish and standing adrift from most anything in the indie domain at the moment we just feel naturally aligned with Richmond’s She. The playing is ever so way-out-west too and taking it easy is rarely, if ever, as encouraged on record as is deployed on ‘In June’. The yearning feels real, the company good because everything is organic and unprocessed – like it was recorded live in fact. Not the first time we’ve featured this band and unlikely to be the last. ‘In June’ is the closing track on She’s debut EP.