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  1. Sep 21,  · The Pastels; Tenniscoats; Two Sunsets. When Two Sunsets gels, though, its foggy shimmer is intermittently lovely. "Vivid Youth" isn't much more than a .
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  3. Two Sunsets is a collaborative effort between Scottish indie stalwarts The Pastels and the Japanese pop duo Tenniscoats. In a general sense covering m.
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  6. Jul 02,  · Pastels / Tenniscoats – ‘Two Sunsets’ It’s been quite a while since there was a Pastels album. I remember the week Illumination came out, standing in Ashton Lane, Glasgow, being informed by one of my sister’s friends that the The Verve were the best .
  7. Two Sunsets finds them collaborating with kindred spirits, Japanese Indie Pop duo Tenniscoats, for 12 tracks of truly splendid, pretty, melodic Pop tunes. Pure simple colorful happiness for your ears /5(4).
  8. The Pastels hand is felt whenever guitars aren’t buried; Tenniscoats dominate by washing songs in their otherworldly sounds. Indeed, many of the oh-so delicate tones that make Two Sunsets so pretty are sometimes detrimental to it, the delicate arrangements drifting into somnolence.
  9. 'Mou Mou Rainbow' is a more substantial piece which wraps around like a warm blanket. Comfort music of the highest calibre. The arrangement has an elegance not unlike some of the richer early material of Procol Harum crossed with an elusive kind of 's French pop ambience. Final track 'Start Slowly So We Sound Like A Loch' gets my/5(6).

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