Is it insulting to call a band twee if they’re named after a sport that requires white attire and features a singer with a voice so sugar-spun she could go head-to-head with Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell? On their second album, husband and wife team Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley continue to churn out likeable, featherweight pop—doing nothing to dissuade legions of critics from slapping them with comparisons to their indie pop forefathers. (via Tennis: Young and Old (Fat Possum) | Under The Radar)

Is it insulting to call a band twee if they’re named after a sport that requires white attire and features a singer with a voice so sugar-spun she could go head-to-head with Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell? On their second album, husband and wife team Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley continue to churn out likeable, featherweight pop—doing nothing to dissuade legions of critics from slapping them with comparisons to their indie pop forefathers. (via Tennis: Young and Old (Fat Possum) | Under The Radar)

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