Before releasing French Exit this year, LA-based band TV Girl has crafted yet another flavorful indie album, Lonely Women, released in 2013. The five-track collection features youthful pop tunes that brings a depth of freshness and fun to the indie block, in a not too ‘sweet’ manner. TV Girl is the brainchild of Brad Petering, Jason Wyman, and Wyatt Hamon.
The pop-induced goodness begins in She Smokes in Bed, where the band treats us with a cacophony of beats and drums laden with hints of chimes. Coupled with catchy, spacey vocals that injects a dosage of ear-bopping lines in the chorus, this song screams indie pop from its core.
My Girlfriend is a catchy piece that imbibes a lo-fi, classic pop radio feel. Just like the first track, the vocals in this song has a laid-back, too-cool naiveté, only with increased rhythm and beat.
One of the crowd favorites, Melanie swings you back and forth in infusions of soul and grainy synth pop. A steady electro hook that plays consistently on the background serves as the backbone that supports the stellar lines delivered in ’80s pop style.
Whether you’re driving home, on a quick vacation, or just chillin’ at home, TV Girl has crafted the perfect tracks in Lonely Women that will make your day seem more complete.
1. She Smokes in Bed
3. My Girlfriend
4. Easier to Cry