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The Momeraths play twee indie pop proper with two part harmonies and simplistic musical motifs that'd make your mum smile and think of The Beautiful South. 'Millipede Stomps' is a corking little indie pop number with all the traits you'd expect. Subtle use of instruments, a sparse arrangement with a strong emphasis on vocal line. It's a pretty cute little tune. B-side 'Circles' is a bit more of th ...

7" £2.49 ZEB010

7\" on New Slang, limited to 300 copies.

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Millipede Stomps by The Momeraths
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 09 July 2009
The Momeraths play twee indie pop proper with two part harmonies and simplistic musical motifs that'd make your mum smile and think of The Beautiful South. 'Millipede Stomps' is a corking little indie pop number with all the traits you'd expect. Subtle use of instruments, a sparse arrangement with a strong emphasis on vocal line. It's a pretty cute little tune. B-side 'Circles' is a bit more of the same really which ain' t no bad thing if you've got the formula right in the first place. This one has that country folk swing to the drums that gives in nice momentum and it has moments that remind of the later They Might Be Giants material. Still sounds like The Beautiful South, mostly.

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