The Death Of Pop is a hell of a name with which to announce your band to the world. But of course this group is far from being interested in killing pop music: rather, they welcome pop structures into their shiny old-school indie sound with open arms. Gardens, backed with ‘Only Now’, is a satisfyingly bouncy number. Part of the Too Pure Singles Club.
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If, like me, you like to jangle then this will be right up your leafy avenue. 'Gardens' is an absolute delight. It has the twirling guitar scapes of the likes of Cleaners from Venus, Felt or the Rain Parade and marry it to early Ride-like dream pop.
Flip it over and they are still jangling. This time with a heavier feel as the drums pound away. They aren't afraid of a chord change - there's billions of them. This is a catchy little thing too. I predict that this will partially assist in preventing the demise of pop they fear.
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