Ah, they just don't make playful twee-pop like this anymore. Well, it's not totally extinct yet (thanks, Tullycraft!), but gone are the delightful days of Fat Tulips, Talulah Gosh, the Haywains, etc... not to forget comparable North American bands, like Cub and Bunnygrunt (before they both abandoned indiepop for powerpop, of course!). Enter All Ashore! (with the exclamation mark a part of the band's name, naturally) - this group of not-so-youngsters hail from the middle of England and contain members of the Parallelograms & Velodrome 2000. And they are determined to put twee-pop back in the charts! Well, maybe not the charts, but at least on popkids' playlists, what with their extremely fun songs about indiepop and it's heyday
Ah, they just don't make playful twee-pop like this anymore. Well, it's not totally extinct yet (thanks, Tullycraft!), but gone are the delightful days of Fat Tulips, Talulah Gosh, the Haywains, etc... not to forget comparable North American bands, like Cub and Bunnygrunt (before they both abandoned indiepop for powerpop, of course!). Enter All Ashore! (with the exclamation mark a part of the band's name, naturally) - this group of not-so-youngsters hail from the middle of England and contain members of the Parallelograms & Velodrome 2000. And they are determined to put twee-pop back in the charts! Well, maybe not the charts, but at least on popkids' playlists, what with their extremely fun songs about indiepop and it's heyday
760137464426

Details

Format: CD
Label: JGSR
Rel. Date: 01/15/2021
UPC: 760137464426

Stayin' Afloat
Artist: All Shore
Format: CD
New: Available 12.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Radio Sunshine
2. Charlie's Mast
3. Obsolete Format
4. The Letter Song
5. Perfect Popsong
6. Canal Song
7. Sunny Day
8. Every Dream By the Popguns
9. 17 Again

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Ah, they just don't make playful twee-pop like this anymore. Well, it's not totally extinct yet (thanks, Tullycraft!), but gone are the delightful days of Fat Tulips, Talulah Gosh, the Haywains, etc... not to forget comparable North American bands, like Cub and Bunnygrunt (before they both abandoned indiepop for powerpop, of course!). Enter All Ashore! (with the exclamation mark a part of the band's name, naturally) - this group of not-so-youngsters hail from the middle of England and contain members of the Parallelograms & Velodrome 2000. And they are determined to put twee-pop back in the charts! Well, maybe not the charts, but at least on popkids' playlists, what with their extremely fun songs about indiepop and it's heyday