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Today marks the release of Portico:, a new mini-album from Swedish dream-pop quartet the Mary Onettes. To commemorate the occasion, the band has unveiled a video for single "Naive Dream." The…   Read Story »
Slick Swedish synthpoppers the Mary Onettes released Hit The Waves, their last album, less than a year ago, but they're already making plans to follow it up with a new release called Portico, which…   Read Story »
The Mary Onettes went full beach vibes for their video for "Evil Coast," an almost cruel visual for those of us longing for warmer climes in the middle of still-snowy March. Now that we're dangling…   Read Story »
I wrote a whole bunch about the forthcoming third album from Sweden's the Mary Onettes back when the album's first single, "Evil Coast," was released. In brief: I'm a pretty big fan of the band, and…   Read Story »
Guys, it's Friday, and there are used plates with smeared cake-frosting laying around, with empty booze bottles accumulating on our desks and a general pall of whiskey fumes hanging over the office.…   Read Story »
The Mary Onettes' forthcoming third album, Hit The Waves (produced by Dan Lissvik of the wonderful and sincerely missed STUDIO), is definitely one of my most-anticipated first-quarter 2013 releases…   Read Story »
Sweden's the Mary Onettes have released two albums (and a handful of EPs) of wonderfully mournful, melancholic, gorgeous, impeccably constructed indie pop. Much is made of the band's '80s influences…   Read Story »
The Mary Onettes dropped this wistful '80s-stemmed gem on us a month ago, offer up its visual counterpart today. Despite its title there are no nights, and no funerals, here; instead its meaning…   Read Story »
On their last visit through NYC, Swedish '80s-playlist-raiders the Mary Onettes played a string of much praised shows and bounced around our streets with photographer Kyle Dean Reinford as their…   Read Story »
Sweden's the Mary Onettes are '80s radio playlists raiders of the highest order. On the best tracks from their second LP Islands, the band finds a wistful sweet spot between synthetic swell (everyone…   Read Story »