Plumerai | Mondegreen

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Mondegreen

by Plumerai

"Ethereal rock with a left-hook"
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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2. Trip
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3. Troubled Soul
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4. Come & Go
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5. Six Ton Gorilla
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6. Mimosa
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7. Marco Polo
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8. Cannibal Ladies
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9. Mortality
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This band is beauty personified. Their music is ethereal and swirly, much like Cocteau Twins and Bel Canto. Eliza Brown’s voice captivates and entrances. The guitars are swirly and chimey while the rhythm section chugs along quite contently. - The Noise Magazine 03/12

Plumerai met and recruited vocalist Eliza Brown who had arrived in the US only two months prior from Paris. Immediately they began writing a collection of new songs to showcase the strengths of Eliza’s more melodic and sometimes jazzy take on Plumerai’s post-punk/shoegaze influenced music. With a handful of songs, they piled into the former Masonic Temple turned recording studio, 1867 Recording Studio, and began work on an album to introduce not just Eliza’s voice but the new direction the band has been moving in. The shimmery guitars and post-punk bass lines are accented by new drummer Mickey Vershbow’s tight rhythms and all make for the perfect soundscape to back up Eliza’s jazzy and melodic vocals.


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