Taffy Share brand new video for the Brian Jonestown Massacre remix ‘Young Tine’
Label: Club AC30
“Nothing short of splendorious” – NME
“The buzz has spread far and wide. We are wholeheartedly impressed” – Drowned In Sound
“Something tuneful and great” – The Guardian
“The Breeders are reincarnated via Tokyo with feedback and gossamer female vocals” The Times
Following the widespread and critical success of their third album last year, along with a full UK tour, Japanese indie-pop four piece, Taffy return with their brand new EP, ‘Darkle’, out now.
‘Darkle’ spins dreamy, sugar-sweet vocals over 7 tracks, each under-pinned by the classic Taffy formula: psychedelic shoegaze noise-outs and Graham Coxon-esque 90’s guitar riffs.
The EP is a swirl of transcendental melodies, broken up by British pop sensibilities reminiscent of Elastica and The Stone Roses. ‘Suicidal Bunny’ opens the record with reverb-laden garage guitars while ‘Redamancy’ immediately slows tempo with quieter, more anthemic backing, both showcasing contagiously catchy, softly sung vocal hooks.
Watch the video for the Brian Jonestown Massacre remix of ‘Young Tines’
The collections quality of production starts to shine through with tracks such as ‘Young Tines’ and ‘Remember To Remember’, with quiet-loud, all-encompassing dynamics and spacious recordings that perfectly showcase the excellent musicianship behind Iris’ often otherworldly voice.
‘Dr.K’ brings the listener back to the room with ballsy, punk guitars and a vocal delivery with more swagger and grit than we’ve become used to from Taffy, a welcome break before ‘HBD’ gives us a look at Taffy’s playful side with an outtake-like, whimsical run-through of ‘Happy Birthday’.
Famed 90s psychedelic outfit Brian Jonestown Massacre have stepped in to remix the aforementioned ‘Young Tines’, lending their own touch to close the EP. Tying up the release nicely with some of what Taffy do, and always have done, best: heartfelt pop masterpieces backed with beautiful, fuzz laden guitar soundscapes.
Darkle is out on now on London alternative, shoegaze and post rock label, Club AC30, who have had recent success with bands such as Pinkshinyultrablast, Fever Dream andExit Calm.