Terry vs. Tori – Psychic Reader

Psychic Reader (feat. David Alonso) is the latest single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming eponymous debut long play album. It’s another slice of the beautiful and gorgeous indie pop that the band have always delivered. There is no let up in quality as it jangles it’s way into your heart. However, given it’s the 6th single to be taken from the album I hope that it means that the album it’s on it’s way very (very!) soon. Psychic Reader is out now on El Genio Equivocado or you can buy it direct from the band who have a … Continue reading Terry vs. Tori – Psychic Reader

Terry vs. Tori – Keepsake Box

The latest single from Sevilla’s Terry vs. Tori is, if I have kept count correctly, the 5th single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming debut album provisionally entitled Heathers. At this rate it’s going to be a greatest hits album and the band can call it a night because Keepsake Box is yet another effortless indiepop song. The band have now added synthesizers into the mix which has added yet another layer of vibrancy to their sound. It’s out now digitally via El Genio Equivocado. Facebook Continue reading Terry vs. Tori – Keepsake Box

Terry vs. Tori – Cascais

Cascais is the latest single to be taken from the forthcoming debut album by Terry vs. Tori. It’s a lovely, sometimes whimsical song, that eases itself in to the listener’s consciousness. The song also features contributions from Foliage which makes it an indiepop dream line up if there ever was one! It’s backed with the fourth single to be lifted from the aforementioned album. On Chambré Terry vs. Tori once again demonstrate that they are the leading light for indiepop in 2019. Drawing on inspiration from c86 alongside the reignition of the sound of Labrador records from 10-12 years ago … Continue reading Terry vs. Tori – Cascais

Terry Vs. Tori – Braille

Terry Vs. Tori return with a song that could have easily graced the Labrador Records catalogue circa 2008. Opening with what sounds like a cassette tape being inserted the song soon mixes a 70’s vibe and indiepop. It’s not too hard to think of bands associated with the aforementioned label and Braille sounds like the Acid House Kings making music under a searing Spanish sun. Facebook Continue reading Terry Vs. Tori – Braille