Tuesday, May 31, 2011


i figured it was about time for another healthy dose of warm, carefree Spanish indie pop, Late Mornings is the great new track from London-based chamber pop/folk project Amor de Días {Alasdair MacLean from The Clientele & Lupe Núñez-Fernández of Pipas} off their amazing debut "Street Of The Love Of Days" (2011).

Late Mornings has such a beautifully intimate tone, there is a real sense closeness in the recording, it is as if we are overhearing Núñez-Fernández as she wanders about her sunny apartment, half awake, singing to herself absentmindedly as she tries to decide what to do with the day, her warm, whispered, day-dreamy vocals are as soft, bright et fluffy as a white cloud floating in an azure sky. you need to embrace this breezy, bossa-nova-tinged indie pop gem!

recommended for fans of Isobel Campbell et Belle and Sebastian.

MP3: Late Mornings

et here's a wonderfully wistful, chamber pop track from the album

MP3: Bunhill Fields

check out the stunning collage style, stop motion animation video for Late Mornings directed by Berlin-based experimental animator Xana Kudrjavcev-DeMilner.

the "Street Of The Love Of Days" album is available from Merge Records on cd, mp3/flac or vinyl! otherwise you can get it digitally online from itunes.

you can find Amor de Dias here: amordedias | facebook | lastfm

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