“Everyday” is a warmly jangling folk tune with an electric midsummer current of joy running smack dab through it. One writer said that Vetiver’s music “unfolds like a road trip down Highway 1, towards songwriter Andy Cabic’s home in San Francisco.” I’m goofy-eyed in love with this little song — it’s moving in right next door to Blitzen Trapper’s “Furr.”
So, side story: this weekend I was also somehow convinced to go shopping for a new shade of lipstick with my sister, one of my own personal levels of hell — not only shopping, but comparing all those colors, the plum rose vs the honey plum rose, and what have you. So, we ended up at Aveda, where we were misted and dabbed with various things that smelled good by the salesladies upon entering the premises. The scent I chose contained vetiver, and I never knew vetiver was a plant.
And now, paradoxically, I think I like this Vetiver song even more.
Everyday – Vetiver
You can currently hear their warm and lovely music live throughout Europe in February, then all over the US in March.