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Midnight Tequila is the second collaboration between French indie chanteuse Freschard and former Herman Dune frontman Stanley Brinks and follows on from their 2014 effort, Pizza Espresso. Here you’ll find a collection of songs that have an irresistible late night sing-a-long charm, tempered with a few dazed ballads. Pale blue coloured vinyl on Fika.

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Midnight Tequila by Freschard & Stanley Brinks
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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 03 July 2018

I'm honestly going to get myself into trouble with my depiction of Stanley Brinks of a lady obsessed wretch. I've no evidence of this whatsoever but never trust a man who is constantly on the move. That's all I'm saying. 

Here is his second collaboration with young innocent singer songwriter Freschard and if you liked the recent 'Peanuts' album you may well love this even more. It's quite incredible how many singalong songs this man has in him. The opening 'Going To The Bar' is one of those immediately catchy things he does which when played live would surely have an entire coffee shop or craft ale place singing along.  Freschard keeps a lower profile, harmonising just behind Brinks and softening his nasal edges getting more involved later in the record. The first two tracks are great and even when it's being more flippant then it's all really entertaining. I even like 'I'm The Boss' a Francophile farce with each singer trading off each other in accents that sound like a kind of anti-folk 'Allo 'Allo'. 

I don't know how these people come up with so many catchy things but they seem to be having a great time doing it.   



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