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Shake things up with The Postelles' new album


 
The Postelles released their latest album ...And It Shook Me this weekβ€”and we seriously can’t stop listening to it. The indie boys from New York made quite the buzz when they debuted their first record almost two years ago, and now they’re back with an infectious pop sound that makes us wanna sing and dance.

 

Loaded with feel-good, retro-pop hits, the 12-track album is the perfect background music to usher in the warmer temps of the season. There’s “Pretend It’s Love,” their sweet duet with indie pop rock singer/songwriter Alex Winston. And you can’t miss the upbeat “Tidal Wave” or “Oh My Luck.”

 

Having opened for acts like the Kings of Leon, Vampire Weekend, and Fun. in the past, the guys also just announced they’ll be supporting Atlas Genius on the road in May and June as part of their North American tour. CLICK HERE to see if they’re coming to a city near you.

 

Be sure to pick up a copy of …And It Shook Me. Then come back and share your favorite track.

 

Listen to The Postelles’ “Running Red Lights” off their latest album below…


 

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BY KARIN ELWOOD ON 4/24/2013 10:00:00 AM

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