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If the name of their new EP, 1985, doesn’t give it away, Amsterdam-based Shy for Shore find their sound deeply indebted to the 80s and, as a child of said decade, we couldn’t love it more. The dreampop duo released independently the EP Sometimes It’s A Heartbreak Not To Introduce Yourself earlier this year and have been slowly gaining steam that led to signing with Brilliance Records (Kid Astray, Philco Fiction, Tôg) for the release of the 1985.
The EP plays out like a teenage drama that would make Molly Ringwald proud. The pair use calculating synths and heavy bass laced under lovelorn lyrics with the emotive charge of teen love. Don’t be surprised if we get a full-length from this promising act in 2014.