Lespectre - Lost With You
An almost-certain Christmas number one and anti-anthem that peers between the cracks of a doomed relationship, Lost With You is an arresting foray into Motown territory for the five-piece, who formed earlier this year. Led by Sam Winter-Quick’s insouciant bassline that’s joined soon enough by a wall of dreamy doo-wop harmonies and reverb-lavished guitars, the song has already been picked up for airplay by BBC Introducing.
“Hurry up 'cos I’m feeling like I might be worth something after all,” urges the band’s lead vocalist Tom Hackwell in the opening moments of the song, before observing drolly, “I’m borderline happy/ and that doesn’t make me happy at all.” It’s a potent example of the dreamy atmospherics and world-weary observational writing that have seen the band become one of the most talked-about in their home city of Bristol.
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Overjoyed to announce the release of the debut EP from Saint Atlas.
This is 'One'.
Streaming on all major platforms and available for order through the Deaf Endling Records store.
Everything is Not Enough
Only in Reverie
We're happy to announce the release of Lespectre's debut EP, helpfully entitled 'Atmospheric dream-pop from Bristol'.
Recorded at Coach House Studio, Bristol. Written and produced by Tom Hackwell and Max Perry.
For fans of War on Drugs, Bruce Springsteen, Phosphorescent, Tom Petty.
Hand-printed CDs available from the Deaf Endling store, as well as name-your-price lossless digital downloads.
The EP is streaming on all major platforms.
We're thrilled to present the debut full-length release from Erotic Secrets of Pompeii.
This is 'Witness in the House of Pox'.
Erotic Secrets of Pompeii's inaugural release 'Auguries & Auguries' is that of an awakening - a band taking its first sharp breaths outside the comfort of the womb.
The track trudges through the hedgerow, trampling tulips while contemplating the importance of omens and identity - the power of divine messages and how they shape us. The track sees ESOP at their most restrained and orchestral, and features the strange handmade instrument known as the Tubephone.