Mint Green‘s new album, All Girls Go To Heaven, is like a refresh button for a music scene that’s been stuck on repeat. Over the last few years, the Boston, MA-based four-piece has curated an ever-expanding catalog for the days that feel like floating on clouds and the days that feel like utter garbage, too; and All Girls Go To Heaven finds them ready to make a definitive mark.
Bursting at the seams with relatability, Mint Green spends most of All Girls… unpacking subjects of varying magnitude with a coolness that escapes the majority of their peers. They quickly form a tender bond with their listener over the dizzying highs of crushes, the sting of soiled relationships, and nagging bouts of self-doubt.
With the signature Mint Green filter on it––the one that pulls from a myriad of influences across pop, hip-hop, rock, and more––suddenly any sinking feeling doesn’t seem so bad. In fact, it’s almost refreshing.