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  • Airport Girl 'Between Delta & Delaware EP' - Cargo Records UK

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    Airport Girl 'Between Delta & Delaware EP' Vinyl 7"

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    ‚ÄúJustifies their Belle and Sebastian and Pastels comparisons‚ÄĚ (Tangents).

    Includes B-side used by ‚Äúmatch of the day‚ÄĚ.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    1. Between Delta & Delaware

    Side B:
    2. Song for David Jones
    3. Theme From 'Fireball XL5'

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  • Airport Girl 'Honey, I'm An Artist' - Cargo Records UK

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    The fabulous debut album from airport girl marries their love of americana (Pavement, Sonic Youth) to with a dose of scottish pop (Pastels, Belle and Sebastian).

    As played by John Peel and John Kennedy (XFM). Album of the month, scootering ‚ÄĚThe Pastels, Teenage Fanclub and Belle & Sebastian all come to mind‚Ķ a cool album from the genuinely and fiercely independent underground.‚ÄĚ

    ‚ÄúAirport Girl est √† prendre beaucoup plus au s√©rieux, point de jonction id√©al entre les go-betweens et hefner - autrement dit un ersatz compl√©tement affriolant de l'icone Jonathan Richman.‚ÄĚ (Les Inrockuptibles)

    Tracklisting:
    1. This Could Be The Start Of Something Small
    2. Power Yr Trip
    3. I'm Wrong, You're Right
    4. Home On The Range
    5. Frostbite
    6. Hey! Crayola
    7. Love Runs Clean
    8. Between Delta And Delaware
    9. The Foolishness That We Create Through Love Is The Closest We Come To Greatness
    10. You Fill Me Up (I Lose)
    11. Surf #7 Wave
    12. Shine Like Stars

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  • Airport Girl 'Slow Light' - Cargo Records UK

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    Airport Girl 'Slow Light' CD

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    Airport Girl 'Slow Light' CD

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    Some five years after their debut album Honey, I'm An Artist had the indie kids swooning in jangle-pop ecstasy, Airport Girl return with a radically altered sound, a glistening downbeat country-pop hybrid that is sure to win them at least as many new admirers as it will alienate existing fans. A brave move then, but one that's more than justified by the rich seam of quality songwriting mined here and the luxuriant arrangements that set off singer-songwriter Rob Price's sonorous, throaty vocals.

    Here is a band finding a new level of maturity, growing and changing, the music reflecting the uncertainties and troubles of adult life.From the world-weary plea of the piano-led Hold Me Through The Night to the heartbreaking country sigh of I've Seen Mexico a sense of regret pervades the album, none more so than on the desperate, hurt-racked How Long Can This Go On?. More upbeat are the jazz-tinged Don't Let Me Down Again and The Weather Song, its Sketches Of Spain intro belying its true nostalgic nature, while Show Me The Way, as pure a declaration of love as one could wish for, could have come straight from the Go-Betweens' masterpiece 16 Lovers Lane.

    Throughout there is judicious use of violin, cello, trumpet, harmonica and melodica to subtly create moods and textures within the songs, along with a willingness to experiment, as the intro to Ode To The City and the sea shanty of Twice Around The Bay bear out, that lifts the album far beyond standard indie fare.The kids at the club may be momentarily fazed by Airport Girl's new direction, but ultimately any listener will be rewarded by an album of great musical and emotional depth.

    Tracklisting:
    1. There's A Crisis In Your Past 
    2. Hold Me Through The Night 
    3. Don't Let Me Down Again 
    4. Ode To The City 
    5. I've Seen Mexico 
    6. The Weather Song 
    7. Twice Around The Bay 
    8. How Long Can This Go On? 
    9. Show Me The Way 
    10. Low Coin (Lullaby) 
    11. Bullfighting 

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  • Airport Girl 'The Foolishness That We Create Through Love Is The Closest We Come To Greatness' - Cargo Records UK

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    Airport Girl 'The Foolishness That We Create Through Love Is The Closest We Come To Greatness' CD Single

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    A six minute long indiepop classic b/w exclusive B-side.

    "Like Belle & Sebastian meet Denim, which is the stuff of genius"  (Melody Maker)

    Tracklisting:
    1. The Foolishness That We Create Through Love Is The Closest We Come To Greatness 
    2. Striking Out On Your Own

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  • Allo Darlin 'Allo Darlin' - Cargo Records UK

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    Transparent Blue Vinyl Re-press available, includes Download Card.

    Allo Darlin's eponymous debut album runs the spectrum from joyous, breezy, punky, jump-around pop with fabulous harmonies to sparse ukulele and steel guitar heartbreakers.

    Singer Elizabeth Morris and bassist Bill Botting form the Australian contingent of the band, and put the band's sunny, optimistic sound down, in part, to the 365 straight days of sunshine they would enjoy back home in Queensland.

    There's another band from Queensland called The Go-Betweens who talked about having a 'striped sunlight sound', says Elizabeth. That's always been a quality that I've been chasing in songs.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Dreaming 
    2. The Polaroid Song 
    3. Silver Dollars 
    4. Kiss Your Lips 
    5. Heartbeat Chilli 
    6. If Loneliness Was Art 
    7. Woody Allen 
    8. Let's Go Swimming 
    9. My Heart Is A Drummer 
    10. What Will Be Will Be

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  • Allo Darlin 'Capricornia' - Cargo Records UK

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    Allo Darlin 'Capricornia' Vinyl 7"

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    Capricornia is the first single from the eagerly anticipated second album from Allo Darlin' entitled Europe.

    Achingly personal, incredibly poignant and familiar all at once, Elizabeth Morris' songwriting has deepened and developed since their debut, and while the upcoming album may have a more sombre feel to it Capricornia shows that they've lost none of their ability to create sophisticated, intelligent pop music with an uplifting, joyous feel. And for those of you wondering exactly what Capricornia is all about, Elizabeth explains:

    Capricornia is the area in Queensland that I'm from. It has imaginary state lines, roughly around the Tropic of Capricorn, which runs directly through my hometown.

    There's a nice 70s monument that marks the spot where the line passes, out on a lonely dirt road where all the kids learn how to drive. My family have lived in this area for over 6 generations but none of my generation remain. It's a beautiful place.

    Musically, when we first discussed the album with our producer, I suggested that the feel of Europe should be somewhere between A New England by Kirsty Macoll and Cattle and Cane by The Go-Betweens. I think this song is the closest to that.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    Capricornia

    Side B:
    When You Were Mine

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  • Allo Darlin 'Covers' - Cargo Records UK

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    We have a few copies of this Rough Trade exclusive, pressed to celebrate the fact that Allo Darlin's album 'Europe' was Rough Trade Shop's biggest seller of 2012!

    Originally available as a bonus CD given away with the album we've now remade it as a 300 copies only, white coloured vinyl 10".

    It features six fantastic covers of songs by AC/DC, The Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, Eux Autres, The Go-Betweens and The French (Darren Hayman's post-Hefner band).

    Tracklisting:
    1. Dive for Your Memory 
    2. City All To Himself 
    3. Wu Tang Clan 
    4. I Wanna Be Sedated 
    5. Atlantic City 
    6. You Shook Me All Night Long 

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  • Allo Darlin 'Dreaming / You Still Send Me' - Cargo Records UK

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    Allo Darlin 'Dreaming / You Still Send Me' Vinyl 7"

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    Probably the only disco song in the world to feature ukulele and lap steel, Dreaming is a melancholy toe-tapper of a duet with Monster Bobby of The Pipettes, who turned in a guest vocal so bass-worryingly low that he lost a filling.

    A paean to going out dancing and falling in love in a cold climate it'll make you almost nostalgic for the sub-Arctic conditions of the last British winter.

    Flip it over and B-side You Still Send Me is a total heartbreaker, recorded absolutely live in the studio, vocals and all, with every breath and creak audible.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Dreaming  
    2. You Still Send Me

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  • Allo Darlin 'Europe Single' - Cargo Records UK

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    Allo Darlin 'Europe Single' Vinyl 7" - Blue

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    Elizabeth from Allo Darlin' describes what Europe the song is about - "About a year ago I wasn't sure how much longer I'd be able to live in the UK, because my visa was running out and I was running out of options.

    I've lived here for most of my adult life. I started thinking about what I'd lose if I went home, and what I'd gain. What memories I'd take with me if I left." Oddly though the song also turned out to be a remarkably prescient celebration of the togetherness that pulled the band through a disastrous tour of the continent last year, when noxious fumes in their tour van nearly put paid to them altogether. 

    The B-side is an alternative version of the song "Some People Say", recording during the mostly abandoned original album recording sessions in Manchester. It's a slower version than the album version, and is quite beautiful.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    Europe 

    Side B:
    Some People Say (Alternative Version)

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  • Allo Darlin 'Europe' - Cargo Records UK

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    The darlings of the UK's indiepop scene, Allo Darlin' 2nd album Europe follows on from their critically acclaimed and hugely successful self-titled debut.  The London-based four-piece ' led by Australian songbird Elizabeth Morris, with guitarist Paul Rains, Bill Botting on the bass and Michael Collins on drums ' create perfect, sophisticated pop gems and know how to put on a joyous, effervescent, fun-filled live show.

    Having built up an intensely loyal and ever-increasing fanbase, Allo Darlin's reputation has developed at its own pace, from just one girl strumming a ukulele to headlining London's Scala and touring all over the world. In their brief lifetime they have toured the USA four times, sold out tours across the UK, embarked on an epic five-week European tour and played shows across the United States. The band have been strongly supported by BBC 6music, recording several sessions including one at the BBC's prestigious Maida Vale Studios as Steve Lamacq's personal choice for BBC Introducing.

    Their self-titled debut was released to universal acclaim with plaudits including being named No. 2 record of the year by online retailer eMusic and a glowing 1,200 word essay by legendary Go-Between Mr. Robert Forster in the Australian critical magazine The Monthly. Achingly personal, incredibly poignant and familiar all at once, Elizabeth Morris' songwriting has deepened and developed since their debut, although they've lost none of their ability to create sophisticated, intelligent pop music with an uplifting, joyous feel. There's a sense though that the feel of the new record, Europe, reflects the changes in the world since their debut in 2009 ' with riots and protests across the globe and a deepening feeling of gloom, a carefree album didn't seem appropriate.

    Singer Elizabeth Morris explains: I wanted to make beautiful songs and end up with a beautiful album, not necessarily an album full of three minute pop songs¦ the songs have an awareness of a darker place but end up coming out the other side. Already confirmed as Rough Trade's Album of the Month for May, Europe is chock full of memorable songs including the first single "Capricornia", which conjures up the bleached sunlight of summer in the area from which Elizabeth hails in Australia.

    Then there's the title track and next single "Europe", a celebration of the togetherness that pulled the band through a disastrous tour of the continent last year, when noxious fumes in their tour van nearly put paid to them altogether. There's the epic Still Young, the song that their friends The Wave Pictures refer to as their Born To Run, the wonderful "Northern Lights" about spending New Year's Eve in Sweden and Wonderland, the last song written for the album and one of the band's favourites. Perhaps the two best songs on the album are the ballads.

    If Elizabeth describes the extraordinary "Tallulah" as "probably the best song I've written", then Some People Say runs it close for sheer, heartfelt emotion. Gloriously catchy, brilliantly uplifting and charmingly intelligent, Europe promises to be one of the most exciting albums of the year, with Allo Darlin' pleasing their existing loyal fanbase as well as winning over hoards of new admirers. The album is proof that Allo Darlin' will be one of THE bands to watch out for in 2012.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Neil Armstrong 
    2. Capricornia 
    3. Europe 
    4. Some People Say 
    5. Northern Lights 
    6. Wonderland 
    7. Tallulah 
    8. The Letter 
    9. Still Young 
    10. My Sweet Friend

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  • Allo Darlin 'If Lonliness Was Art' - Cargo Records UK

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    Allo Darlin 'If Lonliness Was Art' Vinyl 7"

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    Written while visiting her parents on the Queensland Coast If Loneliness Was Art captures some of that Australian sea air with its laidback reggae-ish beach vibe and summery Sha-la-la-la-las.

    Listen carefully though and you'll hear that the carefree disposition of the song masks a quiet despair and longing in the lyrics. As Elizabeth herself says, It's about wanting somebody. Really really badly.Even if the British weather fails to cooperate, If Loneliness Was Art is going to bring a slice of Aussie pop sunshine to proceedings.

    Tracklisting:
    1. If Loneliness Was Art 
    2. Girlfriend

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  • Allo Darlin 'My Heart Is A Drummer' - Cargo Records UK

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    My Heart is a Drummer is the fourth single from Allo Darlin's self-titled debut on Fortuna POP!, an album so chock-full of great tunes that it just keeps on giving. Brightening up the dull wintery days, My Heart is a Drummer calypsos and sashays, combining Elizabeth Morris' signature ukulele with Bill Botting's rumbling bass lines, Paul Rains' rhythmic guitar and Mikey Collins' swinging drum beat.

    Allo Darlin' are a breath of fresh air breezing through stale music everywhere. Elizabeth Morris' thoughtful yet playful creations are achingly personal, incredibly poignant and familiar all at once. Incorporating tunes that you think you must have heard before, she twists them into something new and highly intoxicating. Bringing a certain Australian aesthetic from her native country, she translates effortlessly into the London scene, using ideas very much based on every day life and observations.

    My Heart is A Drummer is a statement of inner strength and defiance with lyrics somehow manages to include a chain-smoking asthma suffering boyfriend, that nervous in love feeling of twisting your fingers round the telephone cord and Paul Simon's Graceland. Meanwhile the b-side, an acoustic version of their last single If Loneliness Was Art, tells of longing for someone who is seemingly out of reach.

    Tracklisting:
    1. My Heart Is A Drummer  
    2. If Loneliness Was Art (acoustic)

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  • Allo Darlin 'Northern Lights' - Cargo Records UK

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    The superbly jangly Northern Lights is the third single to be taken from Allo Darlin's second album 'Europe'. It's written about a New Year's Eve spent in Sweden and somehow manages to imbue a wintery scene with a sweet breath of sunshine as Elizabeth Morris' voice rings out clear as a bell and Paul Rain's guitar melodies shine brightly.

    It's backed by Golden Age, a B-side which seems to exist simply to prove that Allo Darlin' have super-catchy melodic pop gems to burn. In any other band's hands this might be a single rather than tucked away as the flip of the third single from the album, but then it's this kind of willful perversity that makes Allo Darlin' so very special!

    Tracklisting:
    1. Northern Lights 
    2. Golden Age

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  • Allo Darlin 'Polaroid Song / Will You Please' - Cargo Records UK

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    The Polaroid Song is the first fruit from Allo, Darlin's debut album, recorded at Soup Studios below the Duke of Uke and scheduled for release in 2010.

    A breezy, bouncy, eighties-style pop song that could have come straight from the soundtrack of a John Hughes movie, it was inspired by Polaroid's decision to stop manufacturing the iconic film, a move that prompted Elizabeth's photography-obsessed boyfriend to start his own stockpile.

    B-side Will You Please Spend New Year's With Me? possesses a childlike naivety and emotional directness that conjures up the anti-folk lullabies of Kimya Dawson.

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  • Allo Darlin 'We Come From The Same Place' - Cargo Records UK

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    Initial copies of the LP ship with a limited edition Risograph art print and bookmark designed by Allo Darlin' guitarist Paul Rains.


    The 3RD full-length recording from the much loved Anglo-Australian four-piece is made up of smart, beautiful pop music, with lyrics that resonate with experience and melodies that chime, echo and soar.

    The album combines the eagerness, urgency and immediacy of their 2010 debut with the contemplation, sophistication and ambition of their 2012 follow-up Europe, and yet it goes beyond either both sonically and in song. It was written at a time of considerable change for songwriter Elizabeth Morris, a time during which she fell in love, moved to Italy and got married - not that that seems to have hindered the songwriting process. They then returned to their spiritual home of Soup Studios.

    The intention was to capture a more instinctive and fluid live studio sound and to play as well as possible while the red button was on, a different approach to the more piecemeal recording of their previous two albums. Or as Paul Rains put it, We've used three years of touring to try and get some of that sweat and grime and togetherness and sweetness and anxiety onto a record. One of the themes of the new record is new beginnings and things drawing to a close. Nothing feels the way it did before and I am grateful for that, sings Elizabeth on "Crickets in the Rain", a song written after her move to Italy and which she describes as anti-nostalgia. Built along the same lines is the gorgeous History Lessons, of which Elizabeth says, I guess at some point I became a bit tired of everything seeming better in the past, from music to relationships to buildings to societies. We're a bit obsessed with it and it can become overwhelming.

    We don't live in the present. This song is trying to express that frustration. Among the highlights of the album is Bright Eyes, a duet with guitarist Paul Rains. Elizabeth again, I wanted to write another duet, but the only problem with doing that is that when you play live it's very rare that the person you recorded it with can be there. So I thought it would be great to write a song with Paul singing the other part.  Another standout is the Twin Peaks-referencing Half-Heart Necklace, based on a true story from Elizabeth's hometown. There had been some murders, and this girl who was my age was missing and presumed killed. It turned out she had been hiding for years in her boyfriend's cupboard, and she was charged for wasting police time.

    Other notable tracks include the rollicking Kings and Queens, inspired by a show they played in the USA with their friends and kindred spirits The Wave Pictures, and Romance and Adventure, originally earmarked for a film soundtrack and written in response to a challenge from Paul to write a pop song in a minor key. Allo Darlin' were formed by Elizabeth Morris, fellow  Australian Bill Botting (bass), Paul Rains (guitar), and Michael Collins (drums).  

    Their debut album was named No. 2 record of the year by eMusic. Their second album 'Europe' scored 8.1 on Pitchfork, was made USA Today's Album Of The Week, and garnered praise from Uncut, Q, NME, The Quietus and The Guardian. It was named Rough Trade Shop's Album Of The Month and was their biggest selling album of the year. The band have been playlisted at BBC 6Music and have recorded many sessions for 6 Music & XFM, as well being Steve Lamacq's personal pick for BBC Introducing. Allo Darlin' have produced a wonderful record - thoughtful and exciting and exquisitely played ' that will please their existing army of fans and newcomers alike.

    "Breezy rom-pop brilliance." 8/10, NME

    Classic indie pop... doesn't rewrite the formula for wistful bedsit charm as much as show that it can still be carried out masterfully. Pitchfork

    A masterclass of modern cult pop. The Guardian

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  • Allo Darlin' 'Bright Eyes' - Cargo Records UK

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    Allo Darlin' 'Bright Eyes' Vinyl 7" - Clear

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    Limited Edition (500) 7" Single.

    The first single to be taken from Allo Darlin's album 'We Come From the Same Place', "Bright Eyes" is a hugely enjoyable duet between singer Elizabeth Morris and guitarist Paul Rains.

    Recording their vocals simultaneously in the live room of the studio, the two were able to play off one another and capture the humour and affection inherent in the song's lyrics.

    "Bright Eyes" isn't the first duet the band have recorded, early single "Dreaming" featured Monster Bobby of The Pipettes trading lines with Elizabeth, but as she notes, that then poses its own problems when it comes to playing live.

    "I wanted to write another duet, but the only problem with doing that is that when you play live it's very rare that the person you recorded it with can be there. So I thought it would be great to write a song with Paul singing the other part. I love Paul's singing and I wanted to hear him do it more, so it's quite selfish really!"

    "We Come From The Same Place" is the third full-length recording from the much loved Anglo-Australian four-piece and is made up of smart, beautiful pop music, with lyrics that resonate with experience and melodies that chime, echo and soar.

    The album combines the eagerness, urgency and immediacy of their 2010 self-titled debut with the contemplation, sophistication and ambition of their 2012 follow-up "Europe," and yet it goes beyond either both sonically and in the songs.

    It was written at a time of considerable change for songwriter Elizabeth Morris, a time during which she fell in love, moved to Italy and got married. The truism is that third albums are difficult beasts, but by remaining true to themselves Allo Darlin'have side-stepped the pitfalls to produce a wonderful record - thoughtful and exciting and exquisitely played - that will please their existing army of fans and newcomers alike.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:

    Bright Eyes

    Side B:
    The Best I Can

     

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  • Bearsuit 'Please Don't Take Him Back' - Cargo Records UK

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    Please Don't Take Him Back is the debut single from Bearsuit's new album The Phantom Forest. Since their full-length oh:io in 2007, the Norwich boy/girl five-piece have undergone a dramatic line-up change, swapped violins, flutes and horns for dirty synths and fierce guitars, notched-up their sound, brought in big time producer Gareth Parton and created a perfectly off-the-wall pop masterpiece. 

    Please Don't Take Him Back is a technicolour widescreen heartache. It's as cool as a disco ice queen with a warm heart; as sophisticated as a gin martini; exhilarating as strobe lights on a tireless dance floor; as touching as tender disco.

    It bridges the gap between Blondie and Duran Duran; The Human League and Depeche Mode, and jumps up and down all over other indie pretenders.

    The two tracks on the B-side see the band's last two download singles, Pushover and Muscle Belt, get a physical release for the first time.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Please Don't Take Him Back 
    2. Pushover 
    3. Muscle Belt 

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    Dancepunk five-piece Bearsuit's album The Phantom Forest heralds a fierce new sound for the band, who have swapped violins, flutes and horns for dirty synths, urgent guitars and infectious beats in the light of a dramatic line-up change.

    With a sprinkling of sonic dust from big-time producer Gareth Parton (The Go Team, Breeders, Foals) the band have created a perfectly off-the-wall pop masterpiece.The Phantom Forest is laden with dance-floor fillers, killer beats and brazen melodies.

    It will keep you dancing until all the booze is drunk, with a birdsong finale to serenade your dawn-walk home. But lurking beneath, a more sinister and melancholy thread weaves the 12 tracks together.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Princess, You're A Test 
    2. Please Don't Take Him Back 
    3. A Train Wreck 
    4. When Will I Be Queen? 
    5. Albino Tiger Rescue Squad 
    6. Jim Henson's Creature Workshop 
    7. Cut Loose 
    8. Ghosts Of The Black Hole 
    9. Tentacles 
    10. Giant Archaeopteryx 
    11. Kwaa-Kwaa 
    12. Dawn Of The Golden Oriole

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