the Xmas Larch

by The Larch

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One Christmas song (of sorts) and a collection of obscure and otherwise unavailable gems by the Larch...

A review by New York Music Daily:

More Xmas Larch
More free stuff from the Larch vaults. The Xmas song that opens the Brooklyn band’s latest free download-only ep, The Xmas Larch, is sort of an inside deal – you pretty much have to be in the band to get it. But the rest of the obscurities here are killer. There’s the snide, shapeshifting Hardcore Cellphones, which sounds a lot like Love Camp 7 (whose soon-to-be-released latest collection is reputedly phenomenal), a portrait of a “disenchanted dialed drunk.” There’s also the gorgeously jangly psychedelic pop masterpiece The Persuaders – an anti-Xmas song if there ever was one – and the surprisingly loud, Celtic-tinged Penny-O, a punk pop rarity from the Brooklyn band’s early days. Download it free here.
newyorkmusicdaily.wordpress.com/2012/09/27/larch/

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released December 15, 2011

(c) Ian M. Roure (BMI) all songs arranged by the Larch (different line ups included here - see "info")

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The Larch Brooklyn, New York

“THE LARCH – catchy, lyrically brilliant psychedelic new wave rock from Brooklyn” NY Music Daily

"... solidly good, cleverly lyrical albums that draw deeply on British new wave.
- Lucid Culture

"...if you like the way Pulp and Squeeze’s Glenn Tilbrook do their thing, then The Larch is for you..." Golden Mixtape

"Psychedelic pop for now people".
the Village Voice
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