Posted: September 3, 2014 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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We loved LAPD’s debut record so much that we ended up handling the UK release of the record via our off-shoot tape label  Gold Flake Tapes  and even included it in our end of year album list. A few months on from that release and Ryan Pollie’s ascendency continues in mighty fine style with the release of a brand new track, Insecurity, which will be release later this month on a 7″ via the wonderful Fat Possum Records label.

A more dense affair compared to the sprightly indie-pop showcased on his debut LP, “Insecurity” once again handles small-town afflictions and transforms them in to affectingly sumptuous bursts of endlessly addictive pop songs. A down-trodden pave its way through the tracks three-and-a-half minute running time, worn and slightly ragged it brings out a new side to LAPD, a more warped and other-worldly display than the one we were initially so enamoured with, but one that’s just as rewarding.

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