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Here’s the latest 7” from Ireland’s Y-chromosome-free quintet September Girls. I’m particularly taken by the B side ‘Wasted’ so I’m going to talk about that one first. It’s all dreamy and reverby and wibbly and there’s a fuzzy guitar drone that sounds like it’s slightly out of tune and breathy girl vocals and oh it’s really lovely, ...

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Ltd sea foam green coloured vinyl dinked 7” on Fortuna POP! Edition of 300 copies.

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Heartbeats by September Girls
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 30 October 2013

Here’s the latest 7” from Ireland’s Y-chromosome-free quintet September Girls. I’m particularly taken by the B side ‘Wasted’ so I’m going to talk about that one first. It’s all dreamy and reverby and wibbly and there’s a fuzzy guitar drone that sounds like it’s slightly out of tune and breathy girl vocals and oh it’s really lovely, like a more blurred and dreamy take on the early Best Coast stuff before Beth Cosentino succumbed to the allure of making sleek and disposable radio pop instead.

A side ‘Heartbeats’ is a more upbeat number with pounding drums and what sounds like a little bit of distortion on the vocals which makes them sound kind of distant and detached. It jangles along very effectively and I like the vocal harmonies in the chorus and the way it sounds like all muffled like it’s been discovered on some long-lost cassette tape from ‘86, but as I said before it’s really the B side that’s caught my imagination here. Both good songs.


10/10 frattonpark Customer review, 15th November 2013

Great tune by a great band added with a great service from a great shop.


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