Indie Focus: Lucite Tokki’s ‘Love Letters’ is a short and sweet EP

When I feel like I need a “pick-me-up” sort of song, I always turn to Lucite Tokki to help. The duo’s songs are upbeat, catchy, and makes you feel good. ‘Love Letters‘ is an EP which consists of two tracks, and they are very different from one another, which fits the love theme of the EP very well as love can be described in many, many ways.


The first track is called “Wallflower,” and I am not sure how I would describe the song because it is a bit different from their usual sound, but I would say it is somewhat electronic rock. It doesn’t come off strong, but it definitely hooks you in at the start, and it serves as a perfect addition to the EP. The lyrics are a bit repetitive in some parts, but that’s what makes the song what it is: absolutely flawless.

The second (and last) track of ‘Love Letters’ is “내가 새라면.” This is slower and softer than “Wallflower,” and it serves as a showcase for vocalist Cho Ye Jin, who is a beautiful singer. As I listen to this song, I feel like I am running in a meadow like the Lucite Tokki members are on the album cover. I can’t forget to also add how talented Kim Sun Young is at playing instruments. The girls really support each other when playing and highlight the other’s talents.


If you are ever relaxing outside on a warm and sunny day, please take a listen to this EP. It really suits this time of year, when the sun is shining and everyone is enjoying their summer days.


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