Pixie Cut Rhythm Orchestra get into the Valentines Day Spirit with brand new single

The new track from (PCRO) reminds us of early Cocteau Twins or even My Bloody Valentine.

The production on the brand new track is  courageously laid bare to be played as a 7” single.

The new track titled ‘I didn’t love you when I said I did and I don’t now’ is a perfect antidote to those living the single lifestyle as well as being the perfect slice of pink bubblegum  pop alternative goodness full of melodies.

We can safely see the band performing the track live at The Bang Bang Bar in David Lunch’s Twin Peaks.

 

Building on their reputation of songs that “strike to the core” (TLMT, 2019), PCRO are back with punchy and honest new single ‘I didn’t love you when I said I did and I don’t now’.

Recorded by Sean Montgomery Dietz at Annesley House, and mastered by Blanka at Kasablanka mastering, the song depicts the relatable experience of disappointing relationships.

Building on their reputation of songs that “strike to the core” (TLMT, 2019), PCRO are back with punchy and honest new single ‘I didn’t love you when I said I did and I don’t now’. Photo Credit: Hollie Gilson

Blending clever lyricism, catchy melodies, and an arresting, honest voice, PCRO have created something special that digs deep and won’t leave your head.

The Dublin-based three-piece consists of singer/guitarist Sarah Deegan, bassist Alice Grollero and drummer Danni Nolan, who came together about three years ago after meeting through gigging around the Dublin underground music circuit.

Influenced by indie rock heroines such as Mitski, Amanda Palmer and Angel Olsen, Deegan’s quick-witted and intimate songwriting strikes a balance between irony and sincerity.

PCRO have been working hard in the studio throughout 2020, and the single release paves the way for a busy 2021. Check out the brand new track ‘I didn’t love you when I said I did and I don’t now’ below now, and Happy Valentines Day to all!

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