Three Imaginary Girls

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Reading press releases at work has it’s downfall. If you read something really awesome, it’s hard to not react too much or look too excited. Case in point when I found out about Maintenant, the premier release by (the mostly Canadian) Gigi – a “supergroup” of sorts, with songs written in the classic 60’s Brill Building/Phil Spector style by Vancouver’s Nick Krgvich (P:ano, No Kids) and vocals by Mirah, Zac Pennington of Parenthetical Girls, Rose Melberg, Karl Blau, and more. I am a huge sucker for 60’s pop. Start that reverb soaked thump-thump-thump-clap beat with some crooning lovelorn vocals, and chances are, I’ll be won over. These two early release songs are no exception. “No My Heart Will Go On” features a chorus of ladies, and “Strolling Past the Old Graveyard” features an extra melancholic Karl Blau at the helm. File this under release I’m ready to pee my pants over in 2010.

Check out the songs for yourself! What do you think?