The Last Of The Lovely Days are a new post-punk group built around the songs of Annie O’Rourke and also featuring musicians from The Others and Smile Down Upon Us. They make their debut with this double A-side 7” single of big melodic action. Just A Chance / There Are No Words is released by Just Lust Records.
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Here's some honest to goodness fuzzy indie pop like your grandma and grandad used to make in 1986. Utilizing the billionth version of the 'Be My Baby' drumbeat 'Just a Chance' is a slice of fuzzed up the Primitives/Jesus and Mary Chain style naive pop with wavering female vocals, lots of 'la la la's' and even the completely unforeseeable appearance of a flute towards the latter stages.
Over on the flip is a breezy pop tune called 'There Are No Words' which has a softer feather-lite feel but retains the same proto-naive feel of the A side. It's like the spirit of the Shaggs has been redirected into a gaggle of maturing south London reprobates. Catchy and fun.
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