Daringly limited to 99 copies, this 7” on Sunstone Records contains two tracks from an unfamiliar Swedish band named Haleiwa. They sound upbeat and smooth, with perhaps a hint of lingering melancholy underneath. I guess a Wall Of Blue Sky has an aspect of oblivion to it, as well as the promise of sunny days.
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“You’ll like this, its sorta like The Clientele” hollered Phil to me between coughs….and yes as much as it pains me to say he’s right, he’s hit the nail almost on the head with his expert analysis. First up this little beauty is limited to just 100 copies...so there’s that. Plus you get two breezy little guitar pop tunes for your money.
‘Wall of Blue Sky’ is a blurry delight - full of strummy acoustic guitars and whispered vocals. Overleaf is something similar if no less enjoyable. I’m kind of reminded of Kings of Convenience in it’s sweet natured pluckings - a jaunty piece of melancholic joy. if you like early Field Mice you are going to like this too - reminds me of ‘Fabulous Friend’ and that type of stuff. Like the proverbial hot cakes this will disappear soon so get in while you can.
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