“Between A-side highlights and a B-side that flies by, Fake Flowers Never Die is an intriguing slice of deceptively slick new wave indie…”
“Played quiet, it’s a chilled introspection of fuzzed up Phil Spector and glossed 60s girl pop. Played loud it’s a crossbreed of Jesus & Mary Chain and MBV feedback with the feel of Slowdive thickened dreamscapes…”
Citing Pixies as a reference is dangerous. Yes we recall their scratchy prowess over throwaway stripped surf and […]
“There’s something beautifully crafted, familiar and winsome in the cool debut single from Peplo…”
Coloured and black vinyl, CD, stream and cassette available Apr 4 2020. Pre-Orders open from Other Voices Records.
“I’ve been looking forward to writing this since I first heard it last December. Now it’s here and now it’s ready and I am glad to introduce them…”
From the forthcoming EP ‘How’s The View There?’ Coming April 2020 on Other Voices Records.
“We’re four singles in from The Lizards, each release sees a tweak in direction. Their modern-day psyche sound gains weight with each track while they keep their cult throwbacks at core.”
“Surroundings layer up around swathes of warm colours that twist between cold ache and warmth, there’s traces of light and residual heat and a slow touch of absolute blame…”
“In this tight run of three minute snapshots of anger, each skewed by their knee jerk reflections, the very worst track you’ll here find is least favorite. This particular compact and pleasurable mess is the best that Slumb Party have sounded.”