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HARPS | Marvelous Cheer

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Marvelous Cheer

by HARPS

Electro-pop from Seattle, WA.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. Marvelous Cheer
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2. Let Me In
3:35 $0.99
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3. Rescue
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4. Foundation (feat. Megan Lannigan)
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5. Wait and See (feat. Parrelli Blu)
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Album Notes
HARPS is an electronic pop outfit based in Seattle, WA. With the release of their debut EP “Marvelous Cheer”, the band proves themselves both commercially bankable and artistically spirited in a mere five songs. Lead‐off single “Rescue” is a song drowning in sing‐a‐long anthem and synth, while “Foundation” dangles a boy‐girl‐back‐and‐forth so good that it gives Gotye and Kimbra a run for their money. All this set aside songs like “Let Me In” (which boasts bombastic live drums and lyrics that chime “I’ll make you all the promises/that it takes for me to fuck it up”) and the hip‐hop tinged “Wait and See” and you have the making of quite the interesting little record. The very short of it is, frontman Colin Brown and his who’s who of Seattle players (Nick Molenda, Brian Salvage and Regina McCarthy) are smart. Very smart. But don’t be fooled by the touching nature of their keyboard‐pop. They have a bone to pick.

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