Wittering from an old indie kid whether it's c86, indiepop, jangle pop, post-punk, coldwave, shoegaze or dreampop!
Un Día Soleado (A Sunny Day) hail from From Argentina and make, in their own words, catchy and simplistic indie pop with true Sarah Records style. Made using a computer and a Behringer UMC22 these bedroom pop tunes sound more like early The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart rather than the aforementioned label but I am a pedant! Both tracks, especially La Lluvia Vuelve a Caer (The Rain Falls Again), are excellent examples of fuzzy, shambling indiepop. The band say that “this first single is a perfect example of everything to come”. Let’s hold them to that promise.