Lunar Vacation - "Everything Matters, Everything's Fire"
Lunar Vacation - "Everything Matters, Everything's Fire"
Lunar Vacation - "Everything Matters, Everything's Fire"
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Lunar Vacation - "Everything Matters, Everything's Fire"

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As one would expect of any historic city, the houses in Decatur, GA are old, and while many have been renovated to suit the needs of the 21st century family, the one Lunar Vacation calls home has not. The porch is quaint and crumbly, the roof leaks, and there is a single bathroom shared by the band’s five members who insist that this is not, actually, a bad thing. “I used to be so protective of the songs when I gave them over to the band,” lyricist/vocalist/guitarist Gep Repasky says. “There’s so much trust involved, but this house helped us grow as best friends, as musicians, as a band.”

That newfound sense of trust is apparent on Everything Matters, Everything’s Fire, whose title, taken from the concluding track “You Shouldn’t Be,” is a thesis statement. While Lunar Vacation’s last album, 2021’s Inside Every Fig is a Dead Wasp, happily bathed in the waters of indie pop, their latest effort is exploratory, a product of many hours shared experimenting in a living room together. Inspired by prolific shapeshifters like Yo La Tengo and Björk, Everything Matters, Everything’s Fire adopts an ethos that every idea has the potential to be a good one. 

“Our last album was super produced, manicured,” guitarist/vocalist Maggie Geeslin says. “This one’s organic. We embraced mistakes; it made the work even better.” In other words: everything matters, everything’s fire.