In the Post #34: Little Comets

By on Wednesday, 28th October 2009 at 12:00 pm
 

Little Comets are four Geordie blokes that make what has been described by some as ‘kitchen sink indie music’. I can’t really make that judgment from this one-off single, ‘Adultery’, released Monday on the Columbia label.

In the promo video for ‘Adultery’, the band want you to forget about The Scarlet Letter: this is adultery for the 21st century, with gratituous trysts taking place in a modern art installation. Does going around in circles give you motion sickness? If so, I’d advise you closing your eyes. But the song is pure pop and infectious as hell, you owe it to yourself to listen to it at least once. Just a warning: once you hear it, the chorus won’t leave your head.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNOUTwJq08s[/youtube]

‘Adultery’, Little Comets’s first single release with Columbia Records, was released in the UK on 26 October.

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[…] wrote about Little Comets‘ infectiously catchy new single, “Adultery” the other week, and since then their people have got in touch to show us a rather cool “Making of” […]

[…] U.S. headline tour, making a stop in DC, well, putting it mildly, I was beside myself. I wrote this In the Post article on the band’s ‘Adultery’ single in October 2009. That seems like ages ago and to […]

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