"Alarming" might be the last word that comes to mind when drifting to the sweet soft-disco of "911," the latest from Mt. Si, a collaboration between Classixx man Michael David, Kisses' Jesse Kivel, and Superhumanoids singer Sarah Chernoff.
With "911" in your ears, you're more likely to think about yachts full of cocktails drifting into the sunset, or silk sheets and insinuations of love under diffused lights. It's like champagne tickling the back of your tongue, and yet, according to Mt. Si, it's the product of some harsh realness.
"It was an emergency, a panic," the trio says in a joint statement. "We all woke up realizing that our lives had changed forever. We had gone back in time, back to the first synthesizer, the first photograph. We wanted to make something timeless, something original, 1 of 1."