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Hello, Blue Roses

Hello, Blue Roses

Hello, Blue Roses


Visual artist Sydney Vermont and her man Dan Bejar (Destroyer, Swan Lake, New Pornographers) formed Hello, Blue Roses in Vancouver in 2005. Sydney writes the songs & Dan arranges them. Song ideas were knocked back and forth over a period of 2 years. Last year Dan & Sydney took time out of regular life to be together, write, read and think about life differently; It was in the balmy climes of their home away from home - Malaga, Spain - that the originals that make up their debut album Read more on Last.fm
Visual artist Sydney Vermont and her man Dan Bejar (Destroyer, Swan Lake, New Pornographers) formed Hello, Blue Roses in Vancouver in 2005. Sydney writes the songs & Dan arranges them. Song ideas were knocked back and forth over a period of 2 years. Last year Dan & Sydney took time out of regular life to be together, write, read and think about life differently; It was in the balmy climes of their home away from home - Malaga, Spain - that the originals that make up their debut album, The Portrait Is Finished And I Have Failed to Capture Your Beauty...

took real shape. In mid 2007, Hello, Blue Roses committed these songs to tape with the help of friends and family after their return to Vancouver at longtime fave spot JC/DC studios. Roses cite 60s faves (Bridget St. John, Bill Fay, the group sing of Trees Community), 80s AOR (Prefab Sprout & Kate Bush) and the cheery mysticism of young Scotland ( Orange Juice & Felt) as musical influences to their sparsely populated, timeless pop sound.

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