Penelope Isles
Dreamy but biting guitar pop from the Brighton based risers...

Brighton based group Penelope Isles have shared an intriguing live take of their song 'Chlorine'.

The band have roots in the Isle of Man, before settling in the south coast city, following their musical dreams in the process.

Working with Bella Union, the group are close to completing their debut album, following sessions at the label's Brighton studio.

They recently returned to the studio to record a live take of their song 'Chlorine', a dreamy but biting piece of guitar pop.

Recalling all manner of influences, Penelope Isles' stubbornly idiosyncratic streak puts us in mind of Delays, and that soaring, pastoral, highly intelligent songwriting.

They introduce the song by saying: “It’s a song we often open our shows with, so it felt right to have it as the first single off the record...”

Tune in below.

Catch Penelope Isles at the following shows:

April
2 Portsmouth House of Rapture
3 Cambridge Portland Arms
4 Bristol Rough Trade Bristol
5 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
6 Leicester Cookie
7 Leeds Hyde Park Book Club
9 Glasgow Hug & Pint
10 Newcastle Cluny 2
12 Dublin Whelan’s (Upstairs)
16 Oxford Jericho Tavern
17 London Moth Club

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