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Afternoon Bike Ride // Glossover LP

Afternoon Bike Ride // Glossover LP

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Afternoon Bike Ride, an indie pop trio from Montreal, Canada, will launch a pop label in LA, USA in February 2023.A record released on Friends of Friends.

Contains 14 songs from dream pop to indie folk.

I think it's one of the most important indie pop works in the first half of 2023.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Friends of Friends releases available at Tobira. 

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Ask us for digital files. 12" vinyl. Edition of 100.

Friends of Friends:

"Afternoon Bike Ride is a lofi folk trio providing a comfort zone in audio form. It's in the name. When all three artists are together, their chemistry culminates into one organic and lush sound. Sonics that feel natural and freeing, as if fireside with a "An audio diary," the band describes, "of what we know will be our most cherished memories."

A Montreal-based Canadian trio consisting of Lia (vocals, guitar, programming), David (vocals, guitar, drums, programming), and Éloi (vocals, keys, drums, programming), the band has released a series of cohesive projects where field recordings blend with ambient, acoustic, folk, and pop. A cauldron of genres they stir during each song. With precision, Afternoon Bike Ride presents a soothing sound all their own, one that continues to expand and deliver with each new release.

Their forthcoming and highly anticipated sophomore album is called 'Glossover'. Genreless and yet familiar, it is an album simultaneously beside a campfire and within a cafe. It's with you on a long car ride and it's with you while helping a loved one or checking in on a friend. Bliss and loss and love and grief breathing as one. There's a "found footage" aspect, with quiet backup vocals and fluttering harmonies that sound like angels flying away. there are outtakes that feel like we're behind-the-scenes. cozy and sincere. talking while cooking, daydreaming in a sunswept daze.

Following up on their acclaimed self-titled debut LP in 2021 (as well as their tremendous Skipping Stones EP of the same year), their second LP (out in early 2023) is more. melodies. More fluttering vocals and textured synths. The three are working more tightly as a trio on this 14 song album and it shows. Splitting roles on guitar, vocals, percussion, and even English and French, Afternoon Bike Ride is working as one unit here and it's a comfortable pairing.

Lofi folk but not. Cabin pop but not. Blissful cassettes buried in the sand. A therapeutic open journal shared by friends. While the first album was miraculous in its breadth and possibility and innovation, glossover feels more like a band testing their capabilities. deeper. The dress rehearsal was a great debut, but the sophomore album is the main event.

"Life is imperfect," Lia says, in closing. "We're imperfect and that's something beautiful to keep in mind."

Artist : Afternoon Bike Ride

Label: Friends of Friends

Afternoon Bike Ride, an indie pop trio from Montreal, Canada, will launch a pop label in LA, USA in February 2023.A record released on Friends of Friends.

Contains 14 songs from dream pop to indie folk.

I think it's one of the most important indie pop works in the first half of 2023.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Friends of Friends releases available at Tobira. 

-----------------------

Ask us for digital files. 12" vinyl. Edition of 100.

Friends of Friends:

"Afternoon Bike Ride is a lofi folk trio providing a comfort zone in audio form. It's in the name. When all three artists are together, their chemistry culminates into one organic and lush sound. Sonics that feel natural and freeing, as if fireside with a "An audio diary," the band describes, "of what we know will be our most cherished memories."

A Montreal-based Canadian trio consisting of Lia (vocals, guitar, programming), David (vocals, guitar, drums, programming), and Éloi (vocals, keys, drums, programming), the band has released a series of cohesive projects where field recordings blend with ambient, acoustic, folk, and pop. A cauldron of genres they stir during each song. With precision, Afternoon Bike Ride presents a soothing sound all their own, one that continues to expand and deliver with each new release.

Their forthcoming and highly anticipated sophomore album is called 'Glossover'. Genreless and yet familiar, it is an album simultaneously beside a campfire and within a cafe. It's with you on a long car ride and it's with you while helping a loved one or checking in on a friend. Bliss and loss and love and grief breathing as one. There's a "found footage" aspect, with quiet backup vocals and fluttering harmonies that sound like angels flying away. there are outtakes that feel like we're behind-the-scenes. cozy and sincere. talking while cooking, daydreaming in a sunswept daze.

Following up on their acclaimed self-titled debut LP in 2021 (as well as their tremendous Skipping Stones EP of the same year), their second LP (out in early 2023) is more. melodies. More fluttering vocals and textured synths. The three are working more tightly as a trio on this 14 song album and it shows. Splitting roles on guitar, vocals, percussion, and even English and French, Afternoon Bike Ride is working as one unit here and it's a comfortable pairing.

Lofi folk but not. Cabin pop but not. Blissful cassettes buried in the sand. A therapeutic open journal shared by friends. While the first album was miraculous in its breadth and possibility and innovation, glossover feels more like a band testing their capabilities. deeper. The dress rehearsal was a great debut, but the sophomore album is the main event.

"Life is imperfect," Lia says, in closing. "We're imperfect and that's something beautiful to keep in mind."

Artist : Afternoon Bike Ride

Label: Friends of Friends