MEMORYHOUSE "Modern Normal" MP3


These summer tunes don’t seem to slow down. Maybe it’s just one grand marketing scheme by record labels to release their most “summery” artists during the summer. Well, after slowly churning through some buzz from their self-released The Years EP, the group has been signed to Sub Pop Records and now are on the verge of being one of the bands to be slumped in along with the other hazy lo-fi dream-themed duos out there. Their The Years EP will be repacked with new songs, remixed and remastered. And the new song “Modern Normal” will be one of the newer tracks on the album. Just like their other songs, it’s a gorgeous song that just lulls you into a dream-like state. It makes you want to embrace the summer sun for as long as you can. The new EP will be released September 13th, 2011.

MP3: “Lately (Deuxième)


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