Neverever: Angelic Swells

Neverever: Angelic Swells
Title: Angelic Swells
Label: Slumberland Records

2010 release from the dynamic duo consisting of Jihae and Wallace Meek. Having met in Glasgow while Ms. Meek was the singer for the Royal We and Mr. Meek helmed the excellent Bricolage, they eventually relocated to Los Angeles to soak in the sunny vibes and Pop history. Surrounded by stacks of dusty 45s, crack musicians and dinette counters lined with hopefuls and has-beens, Neverever is their new band, a tough group with a flair for echoey three-minute symphonies, marrying classic pop melodies with Punk-informed crunch and Glam-infused '70s stomp. Angelic Swells, the group's debut album, is a remarkable effort that takes in '50s Rock 'n' Roll, '60s girl-group sounds, the '70s Glam heyday of Slade and Suzi Quatro and '80s Power Pop on it's way to creating a bang-up-to-date idea of what pop should sound like in 2010.

1.1 Here Is Always Somewhere Else
1.2 Blue Genes
1.3 Coconut Shampoo
1.4 Now
1.5 Young Runaways
1.6 Cowboys and Indians
1.7 16th Wonder
1.8 Bitch Boys
1.9 Teardrop Tattoo
1.10 Young and Dumb
1.11 Underwater Ballet

Neverever: Angelic Swells

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