The Electric Soft Parade
The Electric Soft Parade release their new chiming guitar pop single Misunderstanding on July 23rd 2007 through Truck Records.
Electric Soft Parade's third album No Need To Be Downhearted is a remarkably ambitious self-produced album, full of elating songs and shining optimism. It's striking confidence has swept away tales of major label anguish and reduced past accolades to footnotes in a fresh White Brothers chapter.
Misunderstanding brims with sunny indie pop, its sharp catchy guitars drilled with unfussy carefree drumming, and with its 'let bygones be bygones' sentiment, Misunderstanding is a perfectly timed release for a rejuvenated band on a triumphant return.
15th July LONDON, Cargo 'Worlds Smallest Festival'
20th July LONDON, Club NME
21-22nd July TRUCK FESTIVAL, Oxfordshire
11st Aug BEAUTIFUL DAYS FESTIVAL, Devon.
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