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Album Review

Even though the Brittle Stars hail from Florida, their sophisticated, seductive dream-pop is imported directly from Europe.Their full-length debut focuses on a hybrid of keyboard-soaked elegance and a gentle flow of lighthearted guitars. With Estelle's contribution of heavenly vocals, the quartet takes an influential bow toward the likes of Stereolab and Lush.

Customer Reviews

Best Indie Pop Record You've Never Heard

This record is without a doubt one of the best pop records of the past decade but i bet less than 5,000 people have ever heard it. This is exactly why you should buy it and impress your friends.

Hope doesn't change things

Sadly enough, that lyric from Brittle Star's fantastic song "May", rings true. I have longed for this group to put out more music but it hasn't happened. This batch of perfect indie pop songs is stellar, top to bottom. Estelle's sometimes stoic, yet beautiful vocals are a perfect match for the clean, yet jangly guitars and melancholy keyboards. It's been 8 years since this was released but I can't seem to let it go. Recommended for fans of The Sundays, Club 8, Sarah Records, The Softies. Beautifully made indiepop!

so gooood.

If you like to shoegaze, buy this album.


Formed: 1997 in Gainesville, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Gainesville, FL indie-pop combo the Brittle Stars was formed in the summer of 1997 by guitarist Steve, bassist Dan and drummer Josh; after a handful of practices the trio disbanded, with Josh joining Crush 22. By early 1998 that band had dissolved as well, leaving Josh to reform the Brittle Stars; fellow Crush 22 alum Estelle signed on to sing and play keyboards in the reunited...
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