Teardrop Factory // In Short

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Teardrop Factory release their bedroom recorded debut album Trash in the Heart next month, with it’s alt-90s influence and fuzzy pop song feel there’s no doubt these earworms will find a home in the hearts of many. With themes ranging from mermaid to car crashes, geometry to eating insects the duo have carried on exactly where they left off with last year’s Topshop EP. Full of the kind of fun filled, swirling guitars you want all the best lofi music to indulge in, it’s  a sure winner for arriving home at 3am with your best friend. Check out the first cut from album here:

We got to know the duo a little better, with a quick Q&A:

If I had to describe my music in 3 words, we’d use…
Fuzzy, Scuzzy, Sludge

My favourite film ever is…
Hausu

The most famous person I’ve met it…
Kim Deal

The song I hate the most is…
Theme from TV show ‘Bread’

The Worst Job I’ve ever had is…
Worked at the job centre 🙁

If I was in a tribute band it would be a…
GBV

My Favourite word is…
Erm

If I had a super power I’d want it to be…
The ability to avoid doing things I don’t want to do.

If I could play a gig anywhere it would be…
The Fillmore in 1966

I think you should listen to…
just been on tour with soft walls, their new record is great.

If I could see anyone play live it would be…
Suburban Lawns

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Buy: Teardrop Factory –  Trash in the Heart