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Something For The Weekend – Three from Forthcoming Releases

This week’s pack of three features three tracks taken from albums that are due for release in the next month or two.

Remember Sports – Up From Below

Remember Sports deliver indiepop with a punky attitude. Up From Below is a fast paced track that is guaranteed to get you bopping. It’s taken from the album Slow Buzz that is due for release in May 2018 and is available to pre-order in various bundles from here.

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❀ Foliage ❀ – Value

I have been a fan of Foliage’s bedroom/DIY pop for some time now and based on this track I cannot see that situation changing! There is more than a hint of an early Lightning Seeds track or two and as an Ian Broudie fan that pleases me no end. Value is taken from the third album called erm, III and will be out in late April. You can pre-order CD and digital versions from here. It will also be in cassette from Z Tapes.

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Castlebeat – Heart Still Beats

I haven’t mentioned this one man band as much as I should have. Heart Still Beats is the strongest of the three “singles” lifted from the forthcoming album VHS and is frantic, melodic jangle pop that should warm of the cockles of your, and anybody else’s, heart. The album is out at the end of the month and you can pre-order it from here.

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This entry was posted on March 16, 2018 by in C86, indiepop, Jangle Pop, Lo-Fi, Powerpop and tagged , , , .
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