Any band can be judged by its genre, but it doesn't always reflect its ideas. Duo, male-and-female-fronted Asleep In Transit's debut eponymous EP is bona fide indie pop from Durban, which stands proudly alongside the likes of Holiday Murray, Thomas Krane, et al.
But, unlike bands of that ilk, they appear to spend less time wondering what would make them sound cupcake hipster and more pondering life and lyrics.
The result is something you'd expect from the Juno soundtrack, with more production values and better crafted Ben Gibbard-type poetry. Like any good storyteller, they allow the facts to speak for themselves.
And, rather innocently, somewhat manage aptly to capture generational angst and drama. Ideas of being young and the emotions that it brings are refracted through the prism of the modern, and the solutions found amidst the distorting reality of the 21st century are childlike, dreamy and whimsical.