At one point Dead Famous People were the toast of the indie pop community.
Lauded by John Peel, signed to Billy Bragg's personal imprint, and releasing material on seminal New Zealand label Flying Nun, they garnered approving words in all the right pages.
But then life got in the way. Sadly disintegrating, the group recently reconvened, determined to set history straight.
New album 'Harry' - their first real, true LP project - was recorded at home, before being remixed by LA producer Dave Trumfio.
Incoming on Fire Recordings, it's led by brisk new single 'Looking At Girls', a tongue-in-cheek ode to life's simple joys.
It's about those simple pleasures, the ones that get you through the day, all channelled into this delicious indie pop sensibility.
A perfectly imperfect pop song, 'Looking At Girls' is finished in just under three minutes, this radiant seven inch with a gilded offbeat chorus.
Tune in now.
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