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The Bellamys – EP

tapebellamysThis self-titled debut release, discounting the demos of course, from Cardiff’s The Bellamys is an enjoyable romp through the sounds of indie pop’s golden ages. The EP sounds like a mix of two halves depending on whether it’s lead male or female vocals.

If it’s the former they sound like a Glass records era Pastels whilst on the latter they cross into bands fronted by Amelia Fletcher country. The first two tracks are exceptional to these ears but the whole EP is a fantastic way to spend another 10 minutes over and over again in seeing 2016 to a close.

It’s out now on cassette via Oddbox Records. Order it from here.

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This entry was posted on December 8, 2016 by in C86, indiepop and tagged , .

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