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Waiting for Something to Happen

by Veronica Falls

Waiting for Something to Happen by Veronica Falls

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Waiting for Something to Happen

by Veronica Falls

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Label: Slumberland Records
London foursome Veronica Falls have excavated the loose, playful sounds of classic indie pop and made them fresh again. The girl-boy harmonies swirl as sweetly as chocolate and PB, while upbeat rhythms and jangly guitar belie a more potent sense of youthful restlessness in the lyrics: "I'm a broken toy like you"; "Everybody's crazy, what's your excuse, baby?" Vocalist Roxanne Clifford's gentle purrs inject the songs with a Stereolab tenderness, but the band also touches on influences like Television ("Tell Me"), Pixies ("Shooting Star") and The Velvet Underground ("Daniel").

About This Album

London foursome Veronica Falls have excavated the loose, playful sounds of classic indie pop and made them fresh again. The girl-boy harmonies swirl as sweetly as chocolate and PB, while upbeat rhythms and jangly guitar belie a more potent sense of youthful restlessness in the lyrics: "I'm a broken toy like you"; "Everybody's crazy, what's your excuse, baby?" Vocalist Roxanne Clifford's gentle purrs inject the songs with a Stereolab tenderness, but the band also touches on influences like Television ("Tell Me"), Pixies ("Shooting Star") and The Velvet Underground ("Daniel").

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About This Album

London foursome Veronica Falls have excavated the loose, playful sounds of classic indie pop and made them fresh again. The girl-boy harmonies swirl as sweetly as chocolate and PB, while upbeat rhythms and jangly guitar belie a more potent sense of youthful restlessness in the lyrics: "I'm a broken toy like you"; "Everybody's crazy, what's your excuse, baby?" Vocalist Roxanne Clifford's gentle purrs inject the songs with a Stereolab tenderness, but the band also touches on influences like Television ("Tell Me"), Pixies ("Shooting Star") and The Velvet Underground ("Daniel").