Polite Notice

Polite Notice: Monarchy
November 26, 2009, 9:45 pm
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We have no idea why this is tagged as Monarchy, but she's quite cute, no?

Giving a lesson in how to self-promote and create hype, here’s Monarchy. Like the last new act we blogged about, Worship, they hide in anonymity, however these anonymous souls have kindly blessed us with more than one song.

They’ve (how do I know it’s a they?) also done a couple of remixes for Guillemots’ front-man Fyfe Dangerfield’s new solo effort and Penguin Prison, as well as a very bizarre Master Shortie remix. If we’re being honest that last track is properly terrible.

Anyway, enjoy below the tracks below. Gold in the Fire is nice and builds really well with a luverly rolling synth and reminds me a lot of The Golden Filter and a much more chilled out Chew Lips. Okay, nothing like that last one, but we’ll be posting about them soon and just wanted to squeeze their name in here for some reason.

Also, we have a sneaking suspicion that we know who the space creating artwork fella’s are.

Monarchy – Black, the colour of my heart (Zshare)

Monarchy – Gold In The Fire (Zshare)

P.S. like the google image for ‘monarchy’ above? It was that or the Queen.