Sometimes you need music that you can just lay back into like a soft blanket. No pulsating energy to contend with, no abrasive edges. Not boring, of course. Just something easy for the soul. Typically I’ve turned to Sufjan Stevens in those moments, but fellow Brooklynites Cigarettes After Sex also fill the role quite nicely. It’s the sound of acceptance in the face of anything, like falling back into your couch after a long day of work. They’ve been around since 2012’s EP I., but have yet to release a full album. That’ll change on June 9th when they release their self-titled debut on Partisan Records, featuring the recently released “Apocalypse.” I won’t try to differentiate it from their other singles because, well, it’s really not that different. But in this case it doesn’t even matter.