Post-Punk | Shoegaze
Album | Library Group Records
10 | 10
One more proof that the brightest post-punk records come out in the winter time against the background of the general winter gloom and heat savings. Extraordinary young dudes arrived in the center of a large industrial Siberian city on trolleybuses from chaotically built up remote areas, gather at the studio and record the main post-punk album of this year.
One year ago they released a very strong shoegaze album under their old name Gaarden “The Fall”, despite good press reviews and seemingly bright prospects, the guys are breaking the rules of show business, which apparently does not exist and decide to do it all over again.
Changing the band name to Lurve, they released a new self-titled album with Australian label Library Group Records – 100% pure hits in the atmosphere of French Films, the guitar sketches of The Stones Roses and the inner confidence from Psychocandy.