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Posted November 14, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Indie Pop
 
 

Deep Touch – “Fake Or Real Indifference”

Hypnotic, swirling keys and an entrancing vocal melody – reminiscent of Blonde Redhead – help establish “Fake Or Real Indifference” as a dreamy success from the get-go. The ’60s-inspired bouncy hook, emerging just prior to the one-minute mark, provides the perfect amount of reprieve from the murky dream-pop beginnings, successfully straddling vintage pop and dream-pop to supremely melodic success and variation. Not much is known about the background or origin of Deep Touch, a rising psych-pop trio, though this track is undoubtedly a success.

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