Fawns of Love – Someday (Audio)
These guys really know how to pack a ton of dreaminess into their Dream Pop sound, as “Someday” sounds straight-up ethereal.
Married Bakersfield, California-based shoegaze / dreampop duo Fawns of Love (Jenny and Joseph Andreotti) has shared “Someday,” the first single from the band’s upcoming sophomore album Permanent(and first as new signees to Test Pattern Records, out Jan. 18th, 2019.) The song premiered via Ghettoblaster Magazine and is now available on all streaming services.
Regarding the thematic influences on the new album, Jenny says, “For the past year, my life has been in a complete flux. People have moved away, relationships have changed, and this has challenged my belief that people’s love for you is permanent.”
“Someday” is the first new music from Fawns of Love since selling-out of the limited-edition 12-inch vinyl release this past summer of its appearance on the Los Angeles-based “Part Time Punks” radio show.
Both full-time educators – Joseph teaches middle school, Jenny is a full-time instructor at CSU-Bakersfield – the Andreottis have been married for 13 years, performing together for 16, and recording, touring and releasing music throughout that time under various names and labels. In 2013, they began a break when Jenny enrolled in a history graduate program, but by 2017, it was time to begin being a band again, including choosing a new name.
“One of our favorite records is Hounds of Love by Kate Bush,” Joseph says. “We wanted a name that would pay homage to that.”
In addition to Kate Bush, additional influences on Fawns of Love include familiar names such as The Chills, Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, Blur, Pulp, Slowdive, The Jesus and Mary Chain, andSparks.
Fawns of Love takes all of these legendary sounds, which some might think of as cold or aloof, and makes them pop with overtones of The Smiths, New Order, and the warmth that comes from the Andreotti’s many years of making music together.
Permanent, the second full-length by Fawns of Love, is scheduled for release on Jan. 18th, 2019 by Test Pattern Records, preceded by the single “Someday,” streaming now.
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