I had never heard of the The Rest, but I’m glad their upcoming sophomore release, Everyone All At Once, found it’s way to my inbox. An album composed of dreamy and melancholic pop songs, perfectly laced with just the right amount of falsetto, you float from song to song, unable to ignore the hypnotizing effect it has on you. Then, in an instant, it’s all over. Leaving you with that yearning feeling you get when you have been abruptly woken from a great dream that has seamlessly carried you through the night. Fortunately, once you’ve stepped out of the dream world, there is a repeat button.