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New Video For Tape Runs Out 'Friends' (Ear To Ear Records)

New Video For Tape Runs Out 'Friends' (Ear To Ear Records)

ATHENS, GREECE (Top40 Charts) Spectral, shoegazey, magical" - Fierce Panda
"Folk-pop songs that quietly get under your skin" - Gold Flake Paint
"A polished mature sound, rife with hooks, addictive vocals, innocence and optimism" - The Record Stache
"One of those bands people absolutely fall in love with" - Whisperin' and Hollerin'
"Cleverly crafted melodies, melancholic ambience and dreamy reverb-tinged rhythms" - Primal Music Blog
"Perfect intro to new and unseen places in the sonic universe!" - Producer Marc Joy (Mike Peters, Golden Fable, Bernard Butler)

FOR FANS OF: Yuck, The Radio Dept., Alvvays, Mogwai, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Tape Runs Out unashamedly display their edgy, refreshing pop-mindedness in these two tracks, with a potent elixir of guitars, hooks and the familiar soft hush of early 90s male vocals. This release includes the hallmark "Friends", a layered jangle anthem sure to inspire dreaming and gazing, and the stand-out track "Flowers" is reminiscent of 'Rock Action' era Mogwai on ecstasy with a remarkable Cure-laced cool-down effect.

One of the most exciting bands to come out of Cambridge in recent times, Tape Runs Out have being enthralling audiences around England for the past two years. Variously described as indie, shoegaze, dream pop and electronica, they have carved out their own sound by blending cleverly crafted melodies, melancholic ambience and dreamy reverb-tinged rhythms. Headed by Liam Goodrum-Bell, Tape Runs Out's music is infectious with a modern and unique twist, defying stereotypical trends with songs for those who love to absorb the music, as well as for the most intricate and scrupulous music lovers.

This release comes out on Ear to Ear Records, which specialises in dream pop, shoegaze, and alt indie pop/rock. In the words of Creation Records co-founder Joe Foster, "Ear To Ear Records are a new Welsh/Canadian label in the spirit of Creation and 4AD and just as obsessed as that!" Founded in 2013 with Welsh dreampop outfit Lights That Change, the label quickly expanded its reach to North America/Europe by signing Ummagma and Sounds of Sputnik. Its international grasp became firmer with the recent release of "Revolution - The Shoegaze Revival", a free download compilation involving 30 bands from 16 countries.




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