[fullwidth background_color=”” background_image=”” background_parallax=”none” enable_mobile=”no” parallax_speed=”0.3″ background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” video_url=”” video_aspect_ratio=”16:9″ video_webm=”” video_mp4=”” video_ogv=”” video_preview_image=”” overlay_color=”” overlay_opacity=”0.5″ video_mute=”yes” video_loop=”yes” fade=”no” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”” padding_top=”20″ padding_bottom=”20″ padding_left=”” padding_right=”” hundred_percent=”no” equal_height_columns=”no” hide_on_mobile=”no” menu_anchor=”” class=”” id=””][fusion_text]Marty Sartini Garner writes for FLOOD magazine: “Evan Reiss and Matt Holliman both play guitar for Sleepy Sun, the slow-burning San Francisco psych band whose expansive vision was most recently captured on last year’s Maui Tears. Today, Reiss and Holliman share Hover, their debut as Fine Points. Reiss and Holliman recorded the album at the Oakland studio New Telos, a former storefront church whose name feels like an appropriate banner to hang over the proceedings. Hover represents a definitively new approach for the duo. Where Sleepy Sun’s songs need wide spaces to contain their gentle but insistent unfurling, Fine Points are far more insular. Consider them the Oakland to Sleepy Sun’s Golden Gate Park, the raw and hopeful organics of nature being traded for cramped sleeping quarters and a particularly sunny kind of ennui. Still, you don’t play in a band like Sleepy Sun for a decade (and counting) and shed its influence overnight. Reiss and Holliman braid wavy guitar lines, capturing in opener “Astral Season” a dispirited wave floating in off the Bay. Later, in “Just Like That,” the pair lean into a bright guitar workout that makes them sound a bit like Billy Corgan sitting in with Beach  -FLOOD MAGAZINE[/fusion_text][/fullwidth]