For fans of Pavement, MGMT and Yo La Tengo. Happyness 'Weird Little Birthday' puts Happyness at the forefront of, wait for it, 'jangle-gaze' while displaying a complex melancholic and introspective nature. Filled with youthful exuberance and packed full of droll, deadpan British humor. This trio of South London lads have also taken the Brit press by storm making NME’s Best Newcomers list and The Sunday Times Best Albums of The Year. Mixed by Adam Lasus (Yo La Tengo, Daniel Johnston) and featuring a guest appearance from Ed Harcourt.
For fans of Pavement, MGMT and Yo La Tengo. Happyness 'Weird Little Birthday' puts Happyness at the forefront of, wait for it, 'jangle-gaze' while displaying a complex melancholic and introspective nature. Filled with youthful exuberance and packed full of droll, deadpan British humor. This trio of South London lads have also taken the Brit press by storm making NME’s Best Newcomers list and The Sunday Times Best Albums of The Year. Mixed by Adam Lasus (Yo La Tengo, Daniel Johnston) and featuring a guest appearance from Ed Harcourt.
032862023125

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Format: CD
Label: BN
Rel. Date: 03/23/2015
UPC: 032862023125

Weird Little Birthday
Artist: Happyness
Format: CD
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2. Naked Patients
3. Great Minds Think Alike, All Brains Taste The Same
4. Orange Luz
5. Refrigerate Her
6. Pumpkin Noir
7. Anything I Do Is All Right
8. Weird Little Birthday Girl
9. It's On You
10. Regan's Lost Weekend (Porno Queen)
11. Leave The Party
12. Lofts
13. Monkey In The City

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For fans of Pavement, MGMT and Yo La Tengo. Happyness 'Weird Little Birthday' puts Happyness at the forefront of, wait for it, 'jangle-gaze' while displaying a complex melancholic and introspective nature. Filled with youthful exuberance and packed full of droll, deadpan British humor. This trio of South London lads have also taken the Brit press by storm making NME’s Best Newcomers list and The Sunday Times Best Albums of The Year. Mixed by Adam Lasus (Yo La Tengo, Daniel Johnston) and featuring a guest appearance from Ed Harcourt.