Frankie Rose and the Outs "Little Brown Haired Girls"
Brooklyn's Frankie Rose has earned her lo-fi-pop cred spending time in bands Dum Dum Girls, Vivian Girls, and Crystal Stilts, but her new project, Frankie Rose and the Outs, puts the singer/songwriter at the helm of the dreamy garage-pop band. From the quartet's self-titled debut album for Slumberland, "Little Brown Haired Girls" is a jangly, rocking number that puts an emphasis on the steady drum beat, bright cymbal flourishes, and beautifully arranged vocal harmonies. It's an easily digestible piece of precious songwriting, which will undoubtedly be in abundance on the band's full-length album when it's released September 21.
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