RIYL: Kings of Convenience, XTC, Jens Lekman
Label: Meritorio Records
Influenced by dreamy jangle pop, The Paisley Underground and the California desert, Stockholm indie rockers Stephen’s Shore are a melting pop of inspirations.Â Ranging from the twee-tinged stylings of Kings of Convenience to the sun-baked melodies of The Byrds,Â the 5-piece has readiedÂ their debut full-length after a successful 7″ release in 2016.
First available track The Sun is a perfect melting pot of the mid-80s Paisley Underground sound and vintage country Americana, ripe with pedal steel and breezy oceanside harmonies.Â If this is any indication of how the album will sound as a whole, I’m buying two copies.Â Check the track out below and grab some super limited vinyl after the ‘buy’ link.
Includes digital pre-order of September Love. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment itâ€™s released.
Item ships out on or around March 14, 2018
Edition of 267
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive