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True Loves

by Hooray For Earth

True Loves by Hooray For Earth

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True Loves

by Hooray For Earth

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Label: Dovecote Records
New York's Hooray for Earth take the best of '80s synth-pop, lace it in dreamy psychedelia and let it soar. The band's debut album has a modern Depeche Mode punch mixed with the earthy eccentricities of Yeasayer. Lilting melodies are built on pure synthesizer magic that sometimes sounds like a bubbling digital bath, other times like a room full of lasers; polyrhythmic beats add flair to frontman Noel Heroux's languid vocals, which sound beamed in from another planet. Highlights include "Realize It's Not the Sun," "Last Minute" and "True Loves."

About This Album

New York's Hooray for Earth take the best of '80s synth-pop, lace it in dreamy psychedelia and let it soar. The band's debut album has a modern Depeche Mode punch mixed with the earthy eccentricities of Yeasayer. Lilting melodies are built on pure synthesizer magic that sometimes sounds like a bubbling digital bath, other times like a room full of lasers; polyrhythmic beats add flair to frontman Noel Heroux's languid vocals, which sound beamed in from another planet. Highlights include "Realize It's Not the Sun," "Last Minute" and "True Loves."

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About This Album

New York's Hooray for Earth take the best of '80s synth-pop, lace it in dreamy psychedelia and let it soar. The band's debut album has a modern Depeche Mode punch mixed with the earthy eccentricities of Yeasayer. Lilting melodies are built on pure synthesizer magic that sometimes sounds like a bubbling digital bath, other times like a room full of lasers; polyrhythmic beats add flair to frontman Noel Heroux's languid vocals, which sound beamed in from another planet. Highlights include "Realize It's Not the Sun," "Last Minute" and "True Loves."