Tender Age, from Portland, two-girls at mic/guitars, three guys, this five piece is (succesfully) buzzing over a drugged shoegaze pattern, deliciously fuzzed-up, close to The Telescopes' Celeste, just to draw some coordinates, which easily get loose with this new pieces.
Released last March, Disappear Here EP features three new songs, brilliant follow-ups to their 2015 single Get High, where Lower plays like an instant winner with its so-90s refrain, plus, the B-side covers of Sonic Youth's Little Trouble Girl, Dream Lover (Bobby Darin), I Love How You Love Me (by Barry Mann & Larry Kolber), reverted in a toxic, hallucinogenic, 50s melodies romance, everything, such so lovely smooth.
An ecstatic record able to make you want to buy fuzz pedals again. Greetings, Tender Age.
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