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Happypills – Summer Song

Hot on the heels of his debut album Milk Floes, which I failed to mention so let me rectify that by pointing you over here, Japan’s one man bedroom indiepop band Happypills has released a new single.

I am not quite sure why Summer Song did not make the aforementioned album (maybe it’s because it’s so short) but it would have been a worthy inclusion thanks to the now trademark jangling guitars with a vocal style that wavers between deadpan and emotional ridden. The song itself may be over a tad sharpish (1m44s fact fans) but it will linger on in your memory for a slight while longer!

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This entry was posted on June 11, 2019 by in indiepop, Jangle Pop and tagged .
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