Embracing propelling bass lines, chiming rhythms, emotive leads, and uplifting vocals, Vancouver’s Girlfriends and Boyfriends are at it again with a new video: Your Touch. Drawing heavily on ‘80s UK indie, post-punk, and dance-pop, the track delivers a tantalizing mix of hooks, darkwave, and proper Manchester jangle. The lo-fi infused electro art-pop, indie sensibilities, and a psychedelic sentiment also permeate the wistful sound of Your Touch.
Girlfriend and Boyfriends’ sophomore LP, Fallacy of Fairness, was released in January via Spanish label Oraculo Records. Produced and engineered by Felix Fung at Little Red Sounds, the album has already charted in Canada’s National Top 50.
The first pressing of Fallacy of Fairness, via Spain’s Oráculo Records, sold out already, but the band recently announced a second pressing through FDH Records in Philadelphia (Teledrome) on multi-coloured splatter vinyl, which will ship this fall.
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