Los Angeles-based trio Sir Sly's debut album You Haunt Me followed their 2013 EPs Ghost and Gold, with the title tracks of each reappearing alongside a host of new tunes. The band's moody approach to songwriting included intricate synthesizer parts and pensive, tortured vocals from singer Landon Jacobs. The album's 11 tracks move between somber, heavy-hearted lyricism and moments of crisp pop hookiness, sometimes meeting in the middle, as on the standout titular track.
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AllMusic Review by Fred Thomas