Spring is near and Brideshead is part of the spring playlist of entradas agotadas. In this playlist we are in unity with very, very famous artists such as Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski and Benny Goodman..
We are happy to be part of the first issue of the Chinese fanzine Botanic Garden. The issue comes with a cd sampler which features “Class of 86” one song of our last album “Never Grow up”, which is still available at shelflife records.
We are big in Hawaii! The Mild-Mannered DJ Bryan from the Honolulu radio station @KTUH_FM put our album on no. 1 of his best of 2015. Thank you so much! Please invite us for a gig!! There is also a review of the album (“14 songs of pure indie-pop goodness!”).
A brilliant review on ondarock.it. It ends with (google translate says so): Only the greatest indie-pop records which came out in recent years (the miraculous “Criminal Art Lovers” by Northern Portrait , “Music Sounds Better With You” by the Acid House Kings) may represent a basis for comparison. We are also compared to The Lodger (last album came out on our label apricot…), Dylan Mondegreen (Shelflife labelmate) and Kings Of Convenience. Mille grazie!
Did you know, Brideshead is on Spotify?
Heres an other nice review from Indie Love Songs.
It is written in French but Google translation starts with: With Brideshead, life is simple, life is sweet and sunny!
I just discovered a quite good review at ALLMUSIC. Seems like they like “At Melancholy Bay” the most, because of the rock muscle in its rhythm section ?!?…
We all love the cover of our new album “Never Grow Up” which is available from today on from shelflife records and dufflecoat records. The guy who designed it is Pintachan. If I remember right, Martin noticed his great work as he found some postcards made by him in a store in London. If you like the cover of “Never Grow up” as much as we do, you should have a look at Pintachan’s webpage were you can have a look at far more great stuff he did.