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Starlet

About Starlet

Extremely likeable Swedish band seem as British as digestive biscuits served with endless cups of tea. Starlet have moved away from their New Wave-influenced Jangle Pop into pastoral Indie/Folk Pop that's been filtered through Nick Drake and the Beatles. Yes, Belle and Sebastian do this sort of thing with more cleverness and bite, but Starlet's songs are so utterly without bitterness that they've created a space for themselves. Stay On My Side (2000) brims over with youthful enthusiasm and pain.

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Starlet

Extremely likeable Swedish band seem as British as digestive biscuits served with endless cups of tea. Starlet have moved away from their New Wave-influenced Jangle Pop into pastoral Indie/Folk Pop that's been filtered through Nick Drake and the Beatles. Yes, Belle and Sebastian do this sort of thing with more cleverness and bite, but Starlet's songs are so utterly without bitterness that they've created a space for themselves. Stay On My Side (2000) brims over with youthful enthusiasm and pain.

About Starlet

Extremely likeable Swedish band seem as British as digestive biscuits served with endless cups of tea. Starlet have moved away from their New Wave-influenced Jangle Pop into pastoral Indie/Folk Pop that's been filtered through Nick Drake and the Beatles. Yes, Belle and Sebastian do this sort of thing with more cleverness and bite, but Starlet's songs are so utterly without bitterness that they've created a space for themselves. Stay On My Side (2000) brims over with youthful enthusiasm and pain.

About Starlet

Extremely likeable Swedish band seem as British as digestive biscuits served with endless cups of tea. Starlet have moved away from their New Wave-influenced Jangle Pop into pastoral Indie/Folk Pop that's been filtered through Nick Drake and the Beatles. Yes, Belle and Sebastian do this sort of thing with more cleverness and bite, but Starlet's songs are so utterly without bitterness that they've created a space for themselves. Stay On My Side (2000) brims over with youthful enthusiasm and pain.