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This isn’t a record review. Or maybe it is. But I fell asleep while listening to this album and had a wonderful dream: I was riding my bike through a fictional version of the city where I was born. You know what I mean- familiar, but strangely new? I rode through predawn darkness. The sun began to rise and made the city glow. Two buildings stood out, a liquor store and a pasta factory. I woke up in a happy mood and carried that feeling throughout the day. Joe
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"...reminding me of just about every band I’ve ever loved - from The Chefs and The Shop Assistants, through Electrelane, the late and much loved Veronica Falls, to current indie favs Alvvays - this album has it all.
If you're yearning for the sound of C86 and guitar-fuelled indie-pop, this is for you..."