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It’s Friday afternoon, so there’s a ton of new music to sort through today and a late-spring weekend to get ready for. In that spirit, let’s get hazy with California husband and wife duo Fawns of Love and their brand new single, “Falling.”
A dreampop gem with ringing guitars and gauzy drums that sound like they’re coming from inside your head, “Falling” drifts forward on Jenny Andreotti’s reverb-drenched vocal, like a sun ray peeking through the trees. Hints of My Bloody Valentine, Kate Bush and The Jesus and Mary Chain pop up throughout.
Andreotti and her husband, Joseph Andreotti, just released their debut album, Who Cares About Tomorrow. Together with “Standing,” another dreamy lo-fi confection, “Falling” arrives as double-A side 7-inch to be released physically on July 7.
“We recorded ‘Falling’ and ‘Standing’ in our apartment during our spring break from teaching,” Joseph said. “We used a vintage reel-to-reel, Korg MS-20 synthesizer, Korg SQ-1, and Electro-Harmonix analog guitar pedals alongside Logic. A Warren Ellis signature Eastwood Tenor Guitar was used as was a Fender Jaguar bass guitar.”