Oh Work Drugs, your music style never ceases to amaze me. The band has always had this relaxed, yacht rock feel, pulling vibes from the late 70s and early 80s. You know the sort of music by Kenny Loggins, Hall and Oates, Ambrosia and all of those other smooth sax filled, station wagon cruising, light favorites your parents (and secretly you) love. Usually, Work Drugs layers their inner Steely Dan behind a haze of chillwave, but with their latest single Predictable Miracles the band waves goodbye the dreamy pop that they made a name for themselves with. They’ve officially come out as a sort of contemporary Seals & Croft. I’m digging it.