Hailing from Sheffield, UK, Slow Club — a music duo consisting of Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor — play charming, sentimental folk-pop. Their mix of melancholy lyricism and toe-tap worthy melodies call to mind an English version of Mates of State. Taylor’s graceful vocals sound especially delicate and airy, as though they drift seamlessly over the synth-tinged songs. Here they perform as a four-piece.
Featured song: “Everything Is New”
Paradise, the sophomore album by Slow Club, is out via Moshi Moshi.
Complete radio broadcast and playlist: http://bit.ly/AegPAA
Upcoming tour dates:
3/6 @ Media Club in Vancouver, Canada
3/7 @ Sunset Tavern in Seattle, WA
3/8 @ Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, OR
3/10 @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco, CA
3/11 @ Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA
3/12 @ Cashbah in San Diego, CA
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