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Listen to Happyness And their fresh take on past loves

We’re falling fast for Happyness. Because they’re downright dreamy. These three boys from South London have tapped into something good. They’ve got a new EP called Tunnel Vision On Your Part out September 23rd on Bar/None Records, and its filled with songs that remind us of our favorite bands while still maintaining a sense of individuality and modernity.  “Anna, Lisa Calls” is a little Velvet Underground; “Friend Of The Revolution” is a little Elliot Smith; “SB’s Truck” has a touch of The Replacements. The whole thing is beautiful and loose. Comfortably familiar and completely nonchalant. They’ve got this European tour coming up with Twin Peaks, and it’s really making us wish we were spending fall abroad. –Gabriella Librizzi


10/08 London, Vauxhall City Farm (EP release show)

10/19 Paris, Point Ephemere (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/20 Brighton, Patterns (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/21 Birmingham, All Years Leaving Festival

10/23 Sheffield, Bungalows & Bears

10/24 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/25 Manchester, Sound Control (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/26 London, Scala (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/28 Brussels, Botanique (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/30 Nijmegen, Merleyn (w/ Twin Peaks)

10/31 Utrecht, DBs


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