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Ultimate Painting – “Ten Street” (Stereogum Premiere)

Young British rockers James Hoare (of Veronica Falls) and Jack Cooper (of Mazes) made a record together under the name Ultimate Painting, and they’re coming to America to promote it this October. “Ten Street,” the single they’re sharing today, is a rambling groove that exists on the same slipshod continuum as Lou Reed and Pavement. More »

By: Chris DeVille / September 30, 2014 - 10:04 am

Veronica Falls – “Waiting For Something To Happen” Video

The sprightly British indie-pop Veronica Falls released their sophomore album Waiting For Something To Happen a couple of months ago, and now they’ve made a video for its jangly, spirited title track. The clip is a fast-paced vintage-film black-and-white montage of cameras speeding through nature and band members’ faces, and you can watch it below. More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 15, 2013 - 3:41 pm

Stream Veronica Falls Waiting For Something To Happen

Waiting For Something To Happen is the second album of jangling, fuzzed-out, early-’90s-style indie-pop from the London quartet Veronica Falls, and its early singles “Teenage” and “Buried Alive” are both a whole lot of fun. Next month, the album comes out. And right now, you can stream the entire thing at Pitchfork.

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By: Tom Breihan / January 29, 2013 - 1:05 pm

Veronica Falls – “Buried Alive”

The fuzzy, sprightly British indie-pop revivalists Veronica Falls have a sophomore album called Waiting For Something To Happen waiting to come out, and first single “Teenage” promised good things. And now they’re sharing a fizzy, sugary burst of harmony called “Buried Alive.” That bridge, in particular, is killer. Listen to it below. More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 22, 2013 - 12:23 pm

Veronica Falls – “Teenage” Video

We’ve already heard “Teenage,” the blurrily jangling new single from old-school London indie-poppers Veronica Falls. And now here’s the video, an out-of-focus affair in which the band’s members look like they’re posing for an early-’90s album cover in every single shot. Watch it below. More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 27, 2012 - 4:59 pm

Veronica Falls – “Teenage”

Last year, London indie-poppers Veronica Falls made a splash with their expertly recorded self-titled jangle-bop debut. They’re back with another one, sophomore joint Waiting For Something To Happen, early next year. First single “Teenage” is a sweet prolonged sigh of a song, and you can hear it below. More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 12, 2012 - 12:57 pm

Veronica Falls Make A Mixtape

Thanks to their solid self-titled debut, dreamy indie rockers Veronica Falls are entitled to a victory lap. That lap, today, comes in the form of a mixtape Veronica Falls bassist Marion Herbain put together. Marion’s intro:

This may not be a mix to do Hornby’s Rob Fleming character in High Fidelity proud, but… More »

By: Corban Goble / November 30, 2011 - 10:45 am

Stream Veronica Falls Veronica Falls LP

Veronica Falls’ long-awaited, self-titled debut flaunts an array of both dark and bright indie rock sounds, a glossy exterior coating something a little more mysterious and spooky. It’s impressive. The album is out today on Slumberland Records and we’re streaming it, in its entirety, below. For proper visual accompaniment, check out the videos for album… More »

By: Corban Goble / September 20, 2011 - 3:47 pm

Veronica Falls – “Bad Feeling” Video

Phillippa Bloomfield directs this clip for Veronica Falls’ uptempo “Bad Feeling,” where the band trots around a forest and gets all metaphorical by stomping on some flowers and throwing logs in lakes. There’s even a burning book in there! Bases are covered, from an imagery perspective. More »

By: Corban Goble / September 1, 2011 - 3:06 pm

Veronica Falls – “Beachy” Video

London’s Veronica Falls are boy/girl quartet that are, in some ways, similar to their tour mates Pains Of Being Pure At Heart. Their male and female harmonies are more plaintive and monotone though, giving songs like “Beachy Head” an ominous vibe (check the opening harmonies and downcast surf guitar further in). Plus singing “I’m gonna… More »

By: jessica / June 15, 2010 - 1:12 pm