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BEST OF 2018 LISTS:

-PART TIME PUNKS: 'SOMEDAY' IS AMONG THE TOP 40 SONGS OF 2018

-'SOMEDAY', ‘ZINE DAYS’, & ‘PART TIME PUNKS SESSIONS’ ARE #27 ON BIG TAKEOVER MAGAZINE'S (JACK RABID) 50 BEST SINGLES AND EPs OF 2018

BEST OF 2017 LISTS:

-'FALLING' IS #15 ON BIG TAKEOVER MAGAZINE'S (JACK RABID) 30 BEST SINGLES OF 2017

-PART TIME PUNKS: 'GIRLS' IS AMONG THE TOP 40 SONGS OF 2017

-BIG TAKEOVER MAGAZINE (JEN DAN): 'THAT'S WHAT WE DO' IS ON THE TOP 50 SONG PLAYLIST OF 2017

-SHOEGAZER ALIVE 9: #12 DREAM POP ALBUM OF 2017

BEST OF 2016 LISTS:

-DKFM: BEST SHOEGAZE & DREAMPOP SONGS

OF 2016

-THE SHOEGAZE COLLECTIVE RADIO SHOW: BEST

OF 2016

 

REVIEWS: 


“A dreampop gem.”

— Paste

“A kind of sentimental coldness... Fawns Of Love would fit right in at David Lynch’s Roadhouse”

— MAGNET

“The soft gauze of Cocteau Twins and Slowdive. Perfectly woozy.”

— FLOOD

“Built upon the shoulders of the Cure and Slowdive with its swimming guitar lines and washes of hazy, bright synths. Fawns of Love have perhaps unlocked the best supergroup combination with their own return.”

— Buzzbands.la

“Joseph creates gorgeous swathes of moody, melancholic music — one layer on another, all designed to swim through the consciousness while also framing the beautifully understated vocals of Jenny.”

— LA Weekly

“Bathed in all manner of sublime synth and guitar-murmuring dreaminess.”

— Grimy Goods

“Chiming Cure-ish guitars, echoing drums, and singer Jenny Andreotti’s haunting and ghost-like vocals. This is not quite dreampop, rather hauntpop.”

— Overblown (UK)

“A great New Order groove combined with dreamy synths and those staccato guitars that remind me of something off of ‘Bloodletting’ by Concrete Blonde.”

— Sound Vapors

“Delightfully ethereal in the spirit of the golden era of dream pop.”

— High Clouds

“Captures turmoil through impenetrable sonic textures and emotionally thick lyrics.”

— Atwood Magazine

“There is obsessive joy in the Fawns of Love’s take on shoegaze.”

— The Big Takeover

“Gorgeously layered tracks full of weightless guitar effects and blissful melodies.”

— Treble

“Psychedelic dream pop.”

— MXDWN

“Chill airiness.”

— Groundsounds

“Dream pop perfection. ”

— When The Sun Hits

“A crisp and clear dreamy vision.”

— Ghettoblaster

“A celestial siren-like rock show.”

— Higher Plain Music

“Takes you right back to the shoegaze classics of past decades.”

— Glamglare

“Pairing Jenny’s floating vocals with nostalgic instrumentals is a recipe for success.”

— Imperfect Fifth

“Could become your favorite band.”

— The Blog That Celebrates Itself

“A blissful thrill ride through layers of dreamy, lo-fi, shoegaze laden dream-pop.”

— Primal Music Blog