Third single from Brighton duo and the first release since their highly acclaimed debut album "Go Back To Bed" hit the shops in February. Lead track "Train Not Stopping" combines masterfully layered keyboards and guitars with the sincere, eloquent vocals characteristic of the band. "I Could Be There For You" is a rhythmic slice of melancholy pop with gently strummed guitars, emotional lyrics, and a slight soulful tenor. "The Sea Gently Lifting" closes the EP with delicate simplicity, hovering somewhere between Mazzy Star and Galaxie 500. Arguably the band's strongest release to date, and a soon-to-be classic addition to the Matinée catalogue.
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