The temperature has finally started dropping, the days slowly creeping into darkness earlier each day, bidding farewell to the balmy summer days that stretched infinitely before us. There’s a quiet sigh of relief accompanied by an inevitable tinge of sadness at accepting this. It is here where Bo Rocha’s track “Real Kids” lives, tucked between the fiery breath of a blistering summer day and the cool embrace of night. Her sultry voice welcomes you in at once and sinewing synths that climb and fall in an almost symphonic reverie carry you along as her exasperated whispers instill a sense of lethargic urgency. It is the perfect track with which to part from summer, languid, tender, carrying still the warmth of a time that has slowly slipped between our fingers. “Real Kids” is off of Rocha’s recently released Hold My Gaze EP. Listen below.