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Watching Charlie's Angels

David Tattersall, Franic Rozycki Jonnie Helm know what it is like to spend a Friday night at the pub of any London suburb. It is something they love to talk about in their songs as The Wave Pictures. Songs which portray the awkwardness of love, expressed in the confessional tone with which Tattersall approaches each of his lyrics. This young English band’s 7” displays their more incisively pop side (not far from the classics featured in "Instant Coffee Baby") in two irresistible and previously unreleased tracks, in this first reference of the newly created Acuarela Singles Club.


Fecha de formación: Wymeswold, Leicestershire, Englan, 1998

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Inspired by the tongue-in-cheek confessionalism of the Smiths and solo Morrissey and the scrappy D.I.Y. aesthetic of the C-86 school, the Wave Pictures began in 1998 in the tiny rural village of Wymeswold in northern Leicestershire, in Great Britain's East Midlands. Heavily influenced by their parents' classic rock record collections and John Peel's indie-centric radio show, lead singer and guitarist David Tattersall, bassist Franic Rozycki, and drummer Hugh J. Noble were first called Blind Summit,...
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