both sickly & sweet, the echoes of guided by voices, sonic youth & jesus & mary chain can be heard in their perfectly formed 3-minute pop songs.
teardrop factory are a messy indie rock band from brighton that play fractured pop music with a fondness for grit & distortion. like their peers before them they strike the balance between satisfying hooks & head-spinning dissonance. there is fuzz & reverb but most importantly there are songs that will lodge themselves, stubbornly, in your head. these 4 songs concisely showcase teardrop factory’s deft knack for penning an earworm, whether it’s in a pixies-esque ripper like ‘stolen skull’ & ‘topshop’ or through the kaleidoscopic pop of ‘better company’ & ‘vanity unfair’.