Soft Abuse


SAB043 | DL, 7" Single


Visions of the Valley

The two songs on Visions of the Valley find Pigeons pushing further into tripped-out pop songwriting, narrowly clinging to their inner art-rock / Majora leanings. “The Postcard” is a taut exercise in dusty, westcoast flowery psych pop. With traces of Mike Nesmith and The Rain Parade, it’s the most straightforward tune they’ve yet issued. On the flip, “Sunset Park”, the duo stretch things out with a brilliant slice of placid, melancholy mysticism. Both songs were recorded by Clark and Wednesday in Bronx, NY and in Paris (during a brief sojourn), and are exclusive to this release. Edition of 200 with hand-printed sleeves.

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Track Titles

  1. The Postcard
  2. Sunset Park

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