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Limited Edition 7" Vinyl
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45 rpm. Photographs and design by Niklas Vestberg. Debut single from Allo Darlin's forthcoming self-titled debut. Released by Fortuna POP! 14 December 2009.
100 copies of this single also include an individual Polaroid picture which enables the finder to enter a competition to have Allo Darlin' play in your living room! Competition only open to residents of the UK, sadly.
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A LAYER OF CHIPS
I'm sort of scared at how brilliant Allo Darlin' are, and could be. Disarming and self-effacing they might be, but when they smack you square on the nose with a pop song so instantly loveable as 'The Polaroid Song' it makes my jaw drop in awe.
DROWNED IN SOUND - TOP 50 SINGLES OF THE YEAR
Could quite comfortably have claimed the first prize rosette in one of this year’s quieter weeks. Not least because hairslidey lyrics like ‘Feel like dancing on my own / To a record that I do not know / In a place I’ve never seen before’ capture my heart with an indie lasso and remind me that for all the dabbling I might do with men from Essex who call themselves Hervé or grown men who choose to call themselves toddlers and not even spell it properly - I am still a middle class girl from the only county with a royal prefix who spent all her teens yearning for a boy with curtains for hair who might pash off with me to Bandwagonesque. Disarmingly pretty - and as poignantly, plaintively sepia as the photographic format they are singing about.
supported by 16 fans who also own “The Polaroid Song”
The name of this album perfectly encapsulates everything I love about Elizabeth's musical output from the Darlings to Allo Darlin' to these precious songs: an unyielding optimism that is never naive, and by being so, becomes wildly contagious. Some music tells you that "everything will be ok", but her music actually makes you believe it, even when the lyrics hint at doubt. Michael Feck