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and John from Warwickshire or Coves as they’re more commonly known make super chic shimmering noise that could also bite your face off.

Due for release on the 24th of this month, ‘Fall Out Of Love’ is energetic boredom at it’s foremost. The duo build a wall of sound using layers of dark scuzzy guitar then drench it in graceful, sweet, subdued vocals. Psychedelic shoegaze meets dark noise pop and it’s strangely sensational….. like the lime crisps of music if you will.

Upon first listen the track has a definite potency although it’s the attention to detail that helps the track flourish more with every listen. Sporadic intervals of dynamic drumbeats add an interesting structure while a rich vibe of atmospheric psychedelia gives it nostalgic appeal. Queen of cool Annie Clark is all over them too so y’know, as the age old saying goes- if it’s good enough for St.Vincent…..