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The Frenchmen

The Frenchmen

The Frenchmen


Sacramento's Frenchmen debut on Shelflife with "Powdered Blue," a 4 song 7-inch, ready to captivate c86 pop punk lovers everywhere. The Frenchmen have embraced their indie pop and punk roots (as well as their striped shirts) and created an energetic mass of melody. They are an unstable compromise between big rock and twee pop. They are a catchy tune ready to break down the door. Mike Slumberland once said they sounded like "Sacramento's answer to the Fat Tulips!" One recent show goer said they sounded like Read more on Last.fm
Sacramento's Frenchmen debut on Shelflife with "Powdered Blue," a 4 song 7-inch, ready to captivate c86 pop punk lovers everywhere. The Frenchmen have embraced their indie pop and punk roots (as well as their striped shirts) and created an energetic mass of melody. They are an unstable compromise between big rock and twee pop. They are a catchy tune ready to break down the door. Mike Slumberland once said they sounded like "Sacramento's answer to the Fat Tulips!" One recent show goer said they sounded like, "a really loud mess, with too many rat pedals." They are equally flattered by both descriptions. The French, The Free French, and now the Frenchmen - has the world of indie-pop turned totally Gallic or what?! Anyway, it's good to note that all three bands make a wonderful sound, and are totally different, oh yes.

The Frenchmen make the sort of 'Kennedy'-era pop thrash that the Wedding Present were so joyously good at. But with the odd female vocal thrown in for good measure. Lovely, warm pop music. Read more on Last.fm.

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