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wearemanor on November 14, 2011 03:16

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    Adelaide-based duo Manor (formerly Our Husband) started out in early 2011, when Nathaniel Morse started writing and playing with Caitlin Duff. Inspired, variously, by The Beach Boys, the Cocteau Twins and Paul Simon, Manor make intricate, original pop, driven by arctic, jangling guitar, layered percussion and soaring vocals.

    Manor's music conjures all the things good pop music should: longing, wonder, surprise, swooning. The duo's first single, Rhodesia, hits some pretty rarefied heights, combining spectral, lilting vocals with Nathaniel's icy, reverb-drenched guitar figures to immediate and devastating effect. Rhodesia is out now on iTunes. Manor's debut lp is currently being recorded, and is due for release in 2012.


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    • JimmyLCX
      JimmyLCX at 1.22 on April 05, 2012 02:26

      Beautiful Beautiful!!! Love you guys.

    • wearemanor
      wearemanor on February 22, 2012 00:56

      @MusicUnderFire: thank you so much for the lovely words guys! very much appreciate it!

    • MusicUnderFire
      MusicUnderFire on February 20, 2012 14:24

      Fantastic track. This is up on MUF as our Song of the Week.

    • TheDunes
      TheDunes at 1.17 on December 13, 2011 03:21

      Nice swirling background vocals.

    • wearemanor
      wearemanor on November 29, 2011 11:00

      @yvynyl: thanks heaps man! we really appreciate it :)

    • yvynyl
      yvynyl on November 14, 2011 16:16

      Lovely. Just blogged it on YVYNYL.

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