Memoryhouse – “Quiet America” MP3 / Video

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Ontario based dream pop outfit Memoryhouse released The Years EP last September, a short 4-track record that runs barely over twelve minutes, but with songs as ethereal and beautiful as “To The Lighthouse,” it was more than enough to captivate them a decent sized following. The duo have recently signed to Sub Pop — our favorite label of the year — who are re-issuing a remastered, re-recorded edition of the record which will include two brand new songs, “Modern, Normal” and “Quiet America.”

They are also giving away the latter for free, and have released an official music video to accompany it, which you can check it below. One half of the group Evan Abeele stated the song is “a sort of “Hello!” to counter Lighthouse’s “Goodbye!,” giving the EP a different overall feel. “Quiet America” is lethargic, pensive and drenched in reverb, ergo full out Memoryhouse. Download below; The Years remastered drops September 13th.

Memoryhouse – “Quiet America” (MP3)

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