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Beautiful Swimmers want you to start your summer off slow: Margarita slow.  Captain’s-hat-tilted-seaward slow. Yacht-rock slow.

The local spaced out electronica duo just released “Open Shadow,” its latest 7-inch, featuring a lead vocal from Title Tracks frontman John Davis. It’s beachy and syrupy in the Loggins & Messina vein. Or maybe it sounds like Seals & Crofts. Let’s just call this Swimmers & Davis.

It’s a pretty honest, if somewhat downcast, homage. “Step after step I’ve got the currents below me/trying to dance but all the rhythms have thrown me,” Davis sings over a slick, sun-baked instrumental. The bass is slinky. The keys are woozy. Late in the song, a guitar solo is menacing and seductive. Do not listen to this song after Labor Day. Do wear white pants.

The 7-inch, which also features a dub mix of “Open Shadow” by Soft Rocks, is out now via Future Times. There are 500 copies, and no digital release. Buy it here; listen to samples of both sides here.