Brooklyn-based quartet Citris recently released their infectious new single on NPR Music “Driving Me Crazy”. The track begins as something you think is going to be a melancholy, distressed, breakup song with lines like “You were my favorite lover, you kept the city fun.” However, the sweet, slow vocals by Angel Torreano are just preparation for the forceful chorus as she proclaims, “…yeah you’re driving me crazy; stop lying to me”, and then, of course, the track sneaks back to Angel’s reminiscent dialogue on her ex lover. The style is really unique and may be the perfect “yeah I’m sad, but never talk to me again song.” 

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Abby Trapp

Abby Trapp

Writer/Photographer at Imperfect Fifth
Abby is an alumna of UMKC and holds a BA in Communications with an emphasis journalism/mass media. She is currently seeking her Master's of Education (TESL) at Avila University. In her free time she enjoys going to the gym, playing piano, and spending time with her chihuahua.
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