New Jersey natives Real Estate
have become the most visible faces of the breezy, slick pop that is occupying such a large section of the independent music market (Lotus Plaza, Dive, Beach Fossils, and many others). Their second album, Days
, proved to be their breakthrough moment and after catching them live
, we can attest to how good they are. They stopped by the NPR offices to take part in their Tiny Desk series performing three Days
tracks ("Easy," "Municipality," and "Green Aisles") showing just how well their chill and laid back energy translates to live work. We only wish "It's Real" were there so everyone watching at home could bellow along to the "woah-ah-oh" part of the song.