Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Welsh Wednesday #24

#24: When The Windows Shook by Paper Aeroplanes


Not a word I like to use that much, but in the case of Paper Aeroplanes it's kind of appropriate. Hailing from the west Wales port of Milford Haven, the duo Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn make a sound that's comparable to the likes of Fleetwood Mac and Suzanne Vega, very Radio 2-friendly. Not that that's an entirely bad thing - they certainly know about melody, that's for sure.

Since formation in 2009, they have to date put out three albums and four EPs (the most recent being last year's 5-track 'Circus'. A fourth album is due around springtime, but for now enjoy the opening track to 2013's acclaimed 'Little Letters' album When The Windows Shook. Pretty sure The Mac would be proud of this one. Nice.

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