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Pelopincho – Zona Surf

Pelopincho are an indiepop band hailing from Valentín Alsina, Argentina. Their brand of indiepop consists of short punk-pop songs and based on the imagery I can see where the inspirations come from.

If Google translate is working properly (they sing in their native Spanish) the songs in the main are about having fun, hanging out with friends or when you are down go onto do both of those things. Not sure what cold polenta (Polenta Fría) has to do with anything though! They do have a sombre side as they finish with songs about heart break (Oscuridarks) and anxiety (Miedos). It’s a great EP and a fantastic example of how good indiepop can (still) be!

Get it digitally from the band or on cassette from the excellent Stupid Decisions label.

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This entry was posted on January 11, 2019 by in indiepop and tagged , .
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