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Hidden Tracks


Beach House’s music always puts me in a mellow mood. This song was hidden in the last track of their album Bloom, and discovering it was one of those happy accidents that happen every once in a while at moments in which the mundane is keeping you busy with other things. I left the CD playing while cleaning around the house, forgot about it, and suddenly there it was. Many years later I listen to the song and it still takes me back to that moment. Now it is manifested in all its glory in their album B-Sides and Rarities. I still kind of wish they had kept it stowed away within “Irene”.

The kind you like

To come back in

Wherever you go

No hawk in sight

The sea will dry

The sun’s just set

The brightened lines

Stick by your side

Wherever you go

The kind you like

Have come back here

They told you so

Wherever you go

Nobody here is true

The light’s off

Wherever you go

Nobody here is true

The kind you like

No end in sight

The rest you know

Jangle All the Way: Her’s

Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audun Laading are the two members of Her’s, a band from Liverpool who I am currently listening to over and over again, after accidentally encountering them on the internet. I love the way they combine a romantic guitar sound with a retro 80’s sensibility…

Fitzpatrick’s youthful appearance betrays a deep, stunning voice that he combines with high pitched choruses; Laading’s bass beats are just as prominent as Fitzpatrick’s guitar strumming.


A drum machine is all they need to perform their catchy songs. I love them.


They also seem to have a quirky sense of humor, from the looks of their Facebook page posts. I am definitely looking forward to them releasing a full length album. For now, they are delighting their listeners with a new single, Speed Racer.