If it didn’t work and flow so well, it’d be easy to criticize Macon, GA-based sunDollars for pulling a flower from pretty much every pasture in the indie-rock meadow. In their five-minute allotment, they cover the dazed and woozy wavering of a psychedelic opening, before briefly moving on to a folky bridge that leads into the summery, guitar-driven indie-rock land of sugary harmonies, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah-esque vocals and cherry-on-top horn accompaniments.

Instead of sounding generic, confused or forced, sunDollars manages to hop along unscathed. Listen to “Fine Art” in the video below and feel free to check out their Bandcamp (where you can download their EP for free) and Facebook pages.

-Will Guerin