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Netherlands

Netherlands

Netherlands


Netherlands (now called Pale Seas) was formed by Jacob Scott in 2011 and has since gathered four more members, Graham Poole (Guitar), Zealah Anstey (Vocals/ Percussion), Matthew Bishop (Bass) and Garret Ney (Guitar). Despite recording for many years, Jacob Scott has rarely played live but has nevertheless gained a loyal following, relying on Myspace & Soundcloud, word of mouth and radio play. His music is dark, stirring and dreamy, with layered vocals that show hints of the anti folk movement. Read more on Last.fm
Netherlands (now called Pale Seas) was formed by Jacob Scott in 2011 and has since gathered four more members, Graham Poole (Guitar), Zealah Anstey (Vocals/ Percussion), Matthew Bishop (Bass) and Garret Ney (Guitar). Despite recording for many years, Jacob Scott has rarely played live but has nevertheless gained a loyal following, relying on Myspace & Soundcloud, word of mouth and radio play. His music is dark, stirring and dreamy, with layered vocals that show hints of the anti folk movement. The songs themselves are strongly based around the acoustic guitar and dance delicately with dream pop. For many of the songs sampling is somewhere in the mix. Dark and moving is Netherlands style, and no better is this displayed the track Amour which focuses on the desperations of love and the loss of youth, but not in a way that regular songwriting conventions will understand. Netherlands is proving itself to be an interesting and mysterious force, the new records will certainly be something to look out for. Kit Pozzetti Holt Read more on Last.fm.

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