Satellite Stories – Scandinavian Girls [Oulu, FI]

Indie Rock / Dance / Pop

Looks like they aren’t too young to have good taste (;

Since the release of their debut album Phrases To Break The Ice in last year September, the Finnish Indie Rock quartet as been hard at work releasing an album of remixed singles and touring as far as Japan and Taiwan.
If you haven’t heard the notoriously contagious single Helsinki Art Scene yet you’ll be pleased to discover this band simply overflowing with adolescent energy. Seriously, I can imagine these guys playing for some kickass party at Chuck E. Cheese. No but seriously, how old are these guys? It’s like they were born with those guitars. Fans of Two Door Cinema Club and Vampire Weekend will definitely be pleased to find more prominent artists in this genre.
Hear more from them at their soundcloud here.

For those who’ve watched the music video’s teaser beforehand….
Join me in unwarranted disappointment  )’:

Below’s a pretty hefty playlist of their songs. I can’t begin to emphasise how much I love these guys. Not so much because of their music but that pure blissful mood that their music submerges me in.

“Our mission is to bring you nostalgia from events that you never really experienced, like the 60s, first kiss from your elementary school crush and the time you and your best friend bought that awesome 45-single and listened it from your parents record player. We play scenes from all of your favourite movies in the form of jangly, anglular, energetic and always danceable indie music. We want people who listen to our music from records and who come to our gigs to have good time, dance and enjoy life as it is. This is it!”
How can you not root for these guys? They’re just so beautiful.
Like One Direction but, well, loveable.

Just gotta have the last word, dontcha?

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