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Postelles, And It Shook Me
(+1 Records)

By Eric Saeger news@hippopress.com



5/2/2013 - Further kid-safe Strokes-worshipping sports-bar-pop from these would-be Kinks, who — I didn’t know this when I reviewed their debut a couple of years ago or whenever it was — formed while going to Columbia University’s prep school in Manhattan. Nobody really takes Ivy League football seriously, and whether or not these guys toured with Vampire Weekend and stuff, I doubt indie kids will be buying this stuff in bulk either, be they twee-heads or skronk-hounds. The hooks aren’t subtle; they’re boring, though not hopelessly metrosexual bubblegummy, a debatable saving grace when everything here sounds like it came from a bunch of politely tiresome potential boyfriends from your basic episode of Girls working out their manias du jour. B- 






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