Vinyl Love – When Nalda Became Punk “Those Words Broke Our Hearts”

Those words broke our hearts..

Shelflife (USA) and Discos de Kirlian (Spain) present the new six track mini-LP from Spain’s When Nalda Became Punk entitled Those Words Broke Our Hearts coming March 10th on limited edition on a yellow transparent 10″ vinyl and digital formats. 

Those Words Broke Our Hearts was recorded and produced in Vigo (Spain) by Bruno Murmura. “Hanging Out With Imogen”, the first single from the mini-LP, is a pure-pop song filled with energetic jangly guitars and bittersweet synths. “Long before” takes us into that kind of sadness and melancholy that impregnates the albums from Sarah Records. On the other hand, “Big Whoop” and its uplifting guitar lines and vocal harmonies, is full of light and hope. “New Year’s Day”, with its catchy synth chorus, brings back the nostalgic feeling that sometimes hits you at the end and start of another year. “Angela” is a direct, immediate pop song, about the teenage anxiety of trying to live for the moment and don’t spoil any second of life. “A Midnight Run” closes the mini-LP, a spoken word song with hypnotic music and a story narrated by the deep voice of Edward Forth from the English indiepop band Finmark. 

Shelflife Records (USA) y Discos de Kirlian presentan “Those Words Broke Our Hearts”, el nuevo mini-LP de seis canciones de When Nalda Became Punk, que se publicará el 10 de marzo, en un vinilo 10” de color amarillo transparente de edición limitada y en formato digital. 

Bill Botting & The Two Drink Minimums – “Better Friends”

Following Allo Darlin’s decision sign-off at the end of last year the bands bass player Bill Botting has released his debut solo album via Fika Recordings and WIAIWYA, with help from a who’s who of indie pop including former Allo Darlin’ bandmate Paul Rains, Jonny Helm (The Wave Pictures), Tom Wade (Owl & Mouse) Laura K (Tigercats), Darren Hayman and Hannah Botting (Owl & Mouse) collectively The Two Drink Minimums, put them all together and the result is a wonderful indie-country-pop amalgam and a cover song of course, in this case the classic Graceland.