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Inside Our Heads

by The Ovaltines

First full length album from the lo-fi girl / guy fronted twangy noise pop band The Ovaltines. Fans of Slumberland Records and early Creation Records will love this. Also Available on vinyl....the orange bunny is staring at you!
Genre: Pop: Noise Pop
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1. Humphrey Hayflower
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2. Thoughts About the World
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3:03 $0.99
3. While the World Is a Sleep
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3:31 $0.99
4. Death of a Holiday
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5. Lines Are Lies
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6. Crawl Babies
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7. Tall Grass
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8. Dreams Are Wide
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9. Inside Our Heads
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10. White Rabbit
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Ovaltines are lo-fi indie band inspired by the noise pop bands of the past and present.
Hear their acclaimed cover of "White Rabbit".
"We make music we want to listen to when the bands we love stop making records", says Jaime P.
This is different than the "why won't the world go away" EP, there is a lot more of it!
And it has a bit more variation while still sounding like the same band banging out killer pop tunes.


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