Breathless | Over And Over Ep

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Over And Over Ep

by Breathless

"Posssessing choruses that aren’t just sweeping but do the polishing and washing up as well" NME
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Over And Over
4:15 album only
2. All That Matters Now
6:03 album only
3. Waiting On The Wire
5:14 album only
4. Moment By Moment (version)
5:55 album only


Album Notes
Co produced by Drostan Madden, best known for his work with The Cocteau Twins, and John Fryer, producer and founder member of This Mortal Coil, Over And Over features tracks from Breathless’ critically acclaimed album Between Happiness And Heartache which received a 4 Star review in Q and was described in NME as “Posssessing choruses that aren’t just sweeping but do the polishing and washing up as well”

Breathless play shimmering Space Rock soundscapes and love lost laments merging the haunting desolation of Low with the explosive crescendos and brooding atmospherics of Spiritualized and early Pink Floyd. Breathless’ singer Dominic Appleton is also well known for his work with This Mortal Coil, contributing lead vocals on both Filigree And Shadow and Blood.

What the press say about Breathless:

“Melodies so lush they could drink a concrete statue of Oliver Reed under the table”
LA Weekly

“ For believers in the beauty of loneliness”
**** Q

“Firmament splicing guitar buoyed up by the voice of an angel vocals”
Music Week

“Desolate Romanticism...Outstanding” The Wire

“A lovely tearful noise” The Times

“Melancholy Delights” Time Out

“The group shimmer darkly” The Observer

“Exquisite melancholic indie pop” The Guardian

“Staggering like the very best bits of Ladies And Gentlemen We are Floating In Space with more strobe lights” Top



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