Some more excellent news out of the indie pop barrens of San Francisco. Seems that Tough Love is becoming the home away from home for the locals on the Western pop circuit and after The Reds, Pinks, and Purples and Cindy, the label has now announced a compilation of April Magazine tracks that shine a light on the band’s low-key lullabies. Standout single “Shirley Don’t” was one of the band’s earliest singles and its AM radio reverie is hard to resist. It sounds like the last dance before the world crumbles, a lilting number that’s both beautiful and damaged, shrouded beneath a veneer of hiss and hum. The band has long been one of SF’s best kept secrets and its nice to see them getting some well deserved attention with If The Ceiling Were A its: Vol. 1. The collection is out October 8th.
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