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1 review »Quite digging this CD single by SANTA DOG called 'Belle De Jour' that the band have sent us. It's breezy, brilliantly executed indie pop ala Belly, The Sundays & possibly Echobelly but the singer Rowena reminds me of someone else entirely, her sweet, full voice carrying the title track effortlessly through it's effortless, exuberant gallop towards your heart. This is truly the kind of ... »

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Belle Du Jour by Santa Dog
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 16 November 2006
Quite digging this CD single by SANTA DOG called 'Belle De Jour' that the band have sent us. It's breezy, brilliantly executed indie pop ala Belly, The Sundays & possibly Echobelly but the singer Rowena reminds me of someone else entirely, her sweet, full voice carrying the title track effortlessly through it's effortless, exuberant gallop towards your heart. This is truly the kind of classic guitar pop that exists in it's own universe, mercifully free of the shackles of hyperbole & trend. 'Rosa' shines in second place, it's polished Smithsian edges appealing to my inner indie kid, 'Pop Coloured' too being a perky mid-paced jangler full of easy to like hooks. Closer '1000 Cranes' is the atmosphere laden slowie, the gentle, heartfelt lull making this a well rounded 4 track treat for lovers of the more commercial end of lady fronted alt pop.

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