Still holding your breath for the next Postal Service album? Listen to Weathervanes instead: It’s the best electronic indie-pop debut since Ben Gibbard last tuned his laptop. Armed with dreamy melodies, charmingly terrible pickup lines, and a vibrant band-geek orchestra carting harmoniums and glockenspiels, this New York quintet makes tenderhearted nerdiness sound like a powerful strength. A?
WeathervanesStill holding your breath for the next Postal Service album? Listen to Weathervanes instead: It's the best electronic indie-pop debut...WeathervanesIndie RockStill holding your breath for the next Postal Service album? Listen to Weathervanes instead: It's the best electronic indie-pop debut...2010-04-07
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Genre: Indie Rock
Posted April 7 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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