Bark Bark Disco | Your Mum Says Hello

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Your Mum Says Hello

by Bark Bark Disco

The definitive ‘bedroom pop’ & anti-folk album. One can hear the pop sensibility of bands like the Modern Lovers, Herman Dune & the Vaselines, with an even more simplistic low-fi angle.
Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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1. Song For the Lovers
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2. Stop Making My Life Hell
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3. I Love You Tonight
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4. Place In My Heart
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5. She's the One
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6. Sleep
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7. You Need A Heart
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8. Berlin
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9. The One I Love
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10. She's Gone
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11. Centre of Your Heart
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12. Heaven Come True
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bark Bark Disco stem from the island of Malta & the city of Berlin & were formed in August 2009, a week before they played their debut concert with Bonnie Prince Billy, in a masonic cemetery in Valletta. Allegedly it was this gig that actually pushed to band to formation & the recording of their debut album Your Mum Says Hello!


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Lassy Zoe

Your Mum Says Hello by Bark Bark Disco
Honestly, one of the best pop albums I've heard in the past 3 years. Simple, honest, happy love songs, with a low-fi & dancy edge. The comparison to early Modern Lovers or a sweeter version of the White Stripes is correct. Anyway, I just love it.