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Romantic Comedy

Big Troubles

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Romantic Comedy

Big Troubles

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Label: Slumberland Records
Big Troubles' 2011 Slumberland Records debut could fit between Dinosaur Jr. and Smashing Pumpkins on any indie-loving suburban kid's shelf of '90s classics. The band pinpoints the nexus between '80s indie rock, Britpop, dream pop and shoegaze in a cozily retro package. Opening with the jangly "She Smiles for Pictures," Romantic Comedy embraces the ennui of any good slacker: "I just want some fun for once"; "Love is in the air, but I don't care/ 'Cause I don't want to love anymore." Highlights like "Sad Girls" and "Minor Keys" will have Billy Corgan wishing he could still write this well.

About This Album

Big Troubles' 2011 Slumberland Records debut could fit between Dinosaur Jr. and Smashing Pumpkins on any indie-loving suburban kid's shelf of '90s classics. The band pinpoints the nexus between '80s indie rock, Britpop, dream pop and shoegaze in a cozily retro package. Opening with the jangly "She Smiles for Pictures," Romantic Comedy embraces the ennui of any good slacker: "I just want some fun for once"; "Love is in the air, but I don't care/ 'Cause I don't want to love anymore." Highlights like "Sad Girls" and "Minor Keys" will have Billy Corgan wishing he could still write this well.

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About This Album

Big Troubles' 2011 Slumberland Records debut could fit between Dinosaur Jr. and Smashing Pumpkins on any indie-loving suburban kid's shelf of '90s classics. The band pinpoints the nexus between '80s indie rock, Britpop, dream pop and shoegaze in a cozily retro package. Opening with the jangly "She Smiles for Pictures," Romantic Comedy embraces the ennui of any good slacker: "I just want some fun for once"; "Love is in the air, but I don't care/ 'Cause I don't want to love anymore." Highlights like "Sad Girls" and "Minor Keys" will have Billy Corgan wishing he could still write this well.