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Fortuna POP!

Tullycraft 'Lost In Light Rotation / Bad Connection'

£4.99

Fortuna POP!

Tullycraft 'Lost In Light Rotation / Bad Connection'

£4.99

White Vinyl 7” (Limited to 500). 

In anticipation for the first new Tullycraft album for five years, Fortuna POP! are releasing a single featuring the title track ‘Lost in Light Rotation’. One of the most influential bands to have emerged from America’s indiepop underground, Seattle’s Tullycraft revel in a DIY aesthetic having honed their particular brand of clever, self-reverential pop to perfection.

‘Lost in Light Rotation’ is an all-in-one banner anthem for the heartbroken, the disenfranchised, and the fleeting pop star. The song also makes a not-so-veiled reference to the 1996 single “This is Fake D.I.Y.” by the Scottish indiepop band Bis.

The b-side ‘Bad Connection’ is a cover written by the British synthpop duo Yazoo (also known as Yaz in the United States). The song originally appeared on the group’s 1982 debut album, Upstairs at Eric’s.

Tracklisting:
Side A:

Lost In Light Rotation

Side B:
Bad Connection