Pale Spectres

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Pale Spectres – Pale Spectres

More excellent indiepop from Parisians Pale Spectres who musically transport the listener back to the 1980’s. If they were around in those days they could well have been signed to a certain Bristol based label. There are four songs spread across this EP and they all delight in equal measure. The jangling guitars and the … Continue reading

Pale Spectres – Your Boyfriend’s Girlfriend

Excellent indiepop from Paris that harks back to times gone by especially on the guitars that have a bit of the “Emma’s House” about them. It’s very catchy and infectious, which funny enough, is just like the cold I have at the moment. Listening to this though is far better than taking Lem-Sip! Pre-order from … Continue reading

Records I Like – Songs of 2013 (Part One 10 – 6)

It’s that time of year again and I thought I would try and list my 10 favourite tracks of 2013. Y’ know the ones that are on constant repeat or the ones that stick in the brain whether it’s due to the vocals, melodies, political content or that they just scream pop at ya. There … Continue reading

Pale Spectres – Helen Of Troy

Classic sounding indiepop from Paris. Out now on  Spanish label Little Treasure Records. Homepage

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