Kaleidoscopic new video from London's Trailer Trash Tracys. We've been down with TTT's and "You Wish You Were Red" for a couple of years now, so we're pretty psyched that their excellent debut full-length Ester finally drops next month on Domino/Double Six...
Listen to both tracks from the new single from London's Trailer Trash Tracys, including a newly re-recorded version of dreamy surf-gaze jam "Wish You Were Red" + new song "Englehardt's Arizona." The double A-side 7" is out November 22 on Double Six / Domino:
Trailer Trash Tracys :: Wish You Were Red
Trailer Trash Tracys :: Englehardt's Arizona
We are very psyched for the return of the group responsible for one of the best singles of 2009, London's Trailer Trash Tracys. New song "Dies in 55" is a swirling, kaleidoscopic jam that's a bit brighter and poppier than TTT's previous, equally gorgeous, Lynchian-dream-like efforts...
"Endless Summer" is a gorgeous, swirling new dream-gaze gem from Still Corners, in the same vein as (if a bit brighter than) their fellow "Just Like Honey"-worshipping young Londoners Trailer Trash Tracys. The other new material at the group's myspace sounds extremely promising as well; look for a new 7" single next month on the Great Pop Supplement:
Trailer Trash Tracys' amazing new debut single-of-the-year contender, the double a-side Candy Girl 7-inch, is out next month on No Pain In Pop. Take a listen to both the overwhelmingly gorgeous, '50s-pop-meets-'80s-nostalgia of "Candy Girl," and the moving, lo-fi shoegaze in the surf ballad "You Wish You Were Red," here...
One of our favorite blogs/labels/curators of radness, No Pain In Pop, recently sent over their excellent new compilation album, the aptly titled No Pain In Pop (due out April 6). The comp is meant to serve as an "introduction to all that No Pain In Pop is," by highlighting various bands that are related to NPIP in some degree, including HEALTH, Nite Jewel, Abe Vigoda, Banjo or Freakout,