VERONICA FALLS “Found Love In A Graveyard” MP3

Veronica Falls

Tonight marks the fourth year of New York City Popfest. Opening up the night is one of the most buzzed about pop band from the UK. Veronica Falls writes songs with combination of lo-fi jangle pop, dark brooding lyrics and even at times 50s doo wop that have indie pop kids thawing at the mouth. On top of that they’ve got an exciting show that does not disappoint. It’s going to be a packed and sweaty night tonight at the Cake Shop in New York. So if you’re in the neighborhood make sure you don’t miss out!

MP3: “Found Love In A Graveyard

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  1. 1 veronica falls hard | ballad of a disco Trackback on October 8, 2010 at 4:02 am
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