Thu, 19 Jun 2014 14:34:29
One fairly average Madrid afternoon in March, pals Ana Garcia Perrote and Carlotta Cosials disappeared into their rehearsal studio and stepped out clutching two of the most perfectly ramshackle pop songs you will ever hear.
What a beautiful set up, right?
The songs they emerged with are "Bamboo," which is raw, '60s-like pop, and "Trippy Gum," which is more fuzzed out and psychedelic.
One month after recording, bass player Ade Martin and drummer Amber Grimbergen joined Ana and Carlotta for their first live show, to a sold out a Madrileos crowd.
Listen to "Bamboo" below.
Listen to "Trippy Gum" below.
Do you feel like Deers caught in the headlights?