• see see Featherman (3-track 7", £7.75)

    label: Great Pop Supplement

    Fresh from their debut Stateside 45 on the mighty Sundazed label, The See See release a storming new 7” via The Great Pop Supplement (home to their many sold out 45s and full lengths over the last few years). This one is a stunner, arguably their finest 7” to date; 3 ace tunes dripping in sun drenched jangly, melodic psych… A rejuvenated line up sees guitarist Sam Ferman permanently join the band giving the band a fresh, exciting spark, perfectly expressed here on the EP’s title track 'Featherman'. A swift, subtly laid back gem with passing nods to Arthur Lee, Love, The Byrds and the more melodic side to later era Elevators… Second track “Let Me Be The One…” showcases perhaps a new side to the band that brings to mind the comedown motel feel pioneered by Jeffrey Lee Pierce & The Gun Club. The wonderful flipside features a re-working of a B side, “Snowdrop”, by the harmonic genius that is Jim Noir, now entitled “Across The Water”. Noir takes the template of the band's song and transforms it into a space age pop song with lyrics that arise from the everyday debris of a Sunday morning market. A true gem. A wonderful 45 available as a pressing of 500 only.


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