Continuing the series of posting albums and/or EPs as and when they are released (or usually a bit after!) as a follow up to the initial new tracks/singles posts posted on this blog. Sample the release via the You Tube track then dive in to the full release.
Best Bets – On An Unhistoric Night
“Olympic Sprinter, which is the third single/track to be taken from the album, has just been released and it’s another power-pop gem from the band. About a New Jack Swinger artist who was former athlete the track is full of ear worms and “oo oo oohs”! It only takes one listen before you are ensnared within it’s grasp.”
On An Unhistoric Night is out now on vinyl and digital formats via Meritorio Records.
Peaness – World Of Worry
“Peaness return with a new single in the shape of What’s The Use? It’s an addictive indiepop track thanks to the chorus as well as the thriving guitar and bass.”
World Of Worry is out now digitally from Totally Snick Records. Physical copies (release date for these have been pushed back) are no longer available on Bandcamp but it is still available to order at the likes of Norman Records and Juno.
Hater – Sincere
“The album’s opening track Something has just been released as a single/taster. It’s a track that portrays the darker and heavier side of dreampop resplendent with regretful words.”
“It’s (Bad Luck) a song that may cause discomfort via its words whilst musically it’s a delicate, gentle and at times gorgeous indie track.”
Sincere is out now in a range of formats via Fire Records.