She Talks Silence - Noise & Novels

Country: Japan
Label: AWDR/LR2
Released: 29 Sep 2010
Genre: Rock / Indie-Rock / Shoegaze / Electronica / Lo-Fi Rock
Order DQC-571

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* Japanese Jewel Case CD.

Description (English):
“Girls pure indie pop” on the debut album from She Talks Silence, drawing on the UK post-punk/neo-acoustic “D.I.Y pop” ethic to create an altogether new and highly contemporary sound. A bright new hope that should bring an end to the stagnant condition of Japan’s indie scene over the last decade, this is definitely an album not to be missed, and an artist to keep a close eye on.

Tracklisting:
1. Hear The Way, She Talks
2. Quiet Sun
3. Again & Again
4. She Is Not Going Back
5. Josef
6. Sorry For Laughing (But It’s Kinda Phoney)
7. Complexe Elegant
8. Our Strange Loops
9. Ghost Humming
10. Tales Of The New Age
11. I Know It’s Over

She Talks Silence – Again & Again (Live at Echo 2010/11/27)

She Talks Silence – Hear The Way, She Talks (Live at Echo 2010/11/27)



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