As a result of its bitterish disposition, Kae Chaps’ Juzi is extremely relatable. Oftentimes we are haunted by the very same thing that was once intended for our joy; strand by strand, our happiness unraveling away.
Heartbreak sounds amazing on Kae Chaps, and that is honestly why this song is not just another whining session fuelled by a crazy-quilt of emotion. Juzi is a slightly melodramatic and slightly laid back agreeable jam, especially if it doesn’t send you down the rabbit hole – from where it is not as easy to appreciate the steady vocals, the crisp production, and the well-positioned wisp of cold air. The song details how “things”, by the power of association, lose their inanimateness – from mere lifeless wool and polyester to being a force that won’t let you sleep at night.
But really, what’s February without a few shuttered hearts here and there?