TALLIES stream debut self-titled album in full ahead of it's release on Friday!
LP due Jan 11th via Fear of Missing Out Records
A neat blend of shoegaze, jangly pop & grunge rock as Toronto four-piece share their new album in full online.
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With their debut album out this Friday (Jan 11th) via Fear of Missing Out Records, emerging Toronto-based four-piece Tallies are sharing the record in full online now.
Hear 'Tallies' in full here: https://
Cogan started music lessons at a young age, learning simple piano melodies and guitar chords that she could sing and write lyrics over. Frankland has also been immersed in music for most of his life, growing up with a music-obsessed father who introduced him to greats like The Smiths, The Sundays, Aztec Camera, and Cocteau Twins. He subconsciously carried these influences into Tallies, which is evident in the Johnny Marr stylings of his guitar riffs and the Robin Guthrie-tinged shoegaze textures of his production. “While writing this album, we were listening to The Sundays Reading, Writing and Arithmetic a lot,” says Frankland, adding, “Harriet Wheeler’s soft-spokenly sweet melodies has a major influence on where Sarah sometimes takes her writing to.”
The album was co-produced by Frankland and Josh Korody at Toronto’s Candle Recordings, a hot spot where locals like Metz, Dilly Dally, Austra, and Weaves have made indie classics. It’s also where Frankland works as an engineer/producer. With upbeat percussion, melodic bass riffs, and magnetic guitar leads, Tallies puts one-of-a-kind melodies to the universal impact of adulthood hitting you square in the face.
See Tallies live:
Source Stereo Sanctity
January 9, 2019 7:47am ET by Stereo Sanctity