Here's the debut effort from On Dolphin, a four-piece fronted by singer Melissa Lyn and rounded out by Lyn's husband Ryan Clark on drums, Nathan Dennen on keys and Anderai Maldonado on bass. The group and assorted friends recorded the album's 10 cuts in "retreat-style" sessions and the relaxed nature of the setting comes through in the music. Lyn sings "More Good Days" by herself but there is something about the song that recalls the sublime harmonies of Crosby, Stills & Nash, and "Dance in the Kitchen" references sunshine lyrically and with its slow but shimmering melody. A loping cowboy-on-the-trail rhythm flavors "Worth the Drive," and "New York," a song about trying to follow-up on a desire to leave the city, is decorated with mournful violin parts that heighten the song's mood of uncertainty. Lyn has a voice that's easy to get comfy with and all the arrangements are mellow; dress in these Layers and for 35-minutes or so you'll be absolutely carefree.