The Electric Soft Parade
Following a five-year hiatus the Brothers White are back, reunited with the production team that birthed their classic 2002 debut “Holes In The Wall”. This meeting of minds has once again produced a hugely ambitious, kaleidoscopic pop record that promises to put the band firmly back on the map. Drawing inspiration from across the decades, ESP #4 comes on like some weird encyclopedia of pop, devouring and regurgitating the most disparate influences, yet as ever the band sound like absolutely nothing else around. A decade on from their first releases, these ten new songs see the band refreshed and reignited, finally delivering on all that early promise. For those in search of the next great British pop record watch this space for news of releases..
The track is gorgeous, pitched exactly halfway between Belle And Sebastian and Harry Nilsson’ – Time Out
The White brothers’ harmonies are as tight as ever’ – Independent
‘Perfect pitch harmonies and chiming guitars glide through 10 tracks of heartbreaks, make-ups and drunken misadventures disguised as glorious summertime breezes. Re-energised and focused after their sabbatical, it’s an absolutely pleasure to have them back’ – MOJO
‘’The album thrives when the Brothers White play to their strengths. These include restrained power pop, as on unfuckwithable opener ‘The Sun Never Sets Around Here’ – NME
‘’They return with a truly sunny disposition. Summertime In My Heart and The Sun Never Sets Around Here highlight their harmonies, almost Beach Boys-like in precision’ – Daily Express