A-side title track of upcoming release (preorder now at Bandcamp) streaming now. Read married duo’s “First Date” interview at The Vinyl District.
Fawns of Love (L-R): Jenny Andreotti, Joseph Andreotti. Photo credit: Joseph Andreotti.
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Check out “Zine Days” by Fawns of Love as part of the band’s “First Date” interview at The Vinyl District or via the links below!
Fawns of Love – In The Press
“A dreampop gem.” — Paste
“Drifts along dreamily.” — MAGNET
“Perfectly woozy.” — FLOOD
“A kind of sentimental coldness... Fawns Of Love would fit right in at David Lynch’s Roadhouse” — MAGNET
Married Bakersfield, California-based duo Fawns of Love (Jenny and Joseph Andreotti) will release “Zine Days,” a new two-song 7-inch on March 2nd, 2018. The song adheres beautifully to the Andreotti’s most personal and nostalgic inspirations, from its title, to its inspired artwork, music video, and even a Spotify playlist the band created to act as a blueprint of the influences that went into the song’s creation.
The new single arrives a year after the band’s debut album Who Cares About Tomorrow, and is the follow-up to its mid-2017 single release “Falling/Standing,” which Paste called a “dreampop gem,” and was honored as one of the best songs of the year by Los Angeles-based radio show Part Time Punks and venerable indie rock bible The Big Takeover.
“Gone are the zine days, Gone are the me and you days,” Jenny sings.
“‘Zine Days’ is a tribute to my teenage self, and a eulogy,” she explains. “I lost my eldest brother to cancer when I was fourteen, but he was sensitive to my growing pains even when his own life was tragically spiraling out of control. With ‘Zine Days’ I have done my best to capture that sense of innocence and loss.”
This depth of emotion comes to life in physical form with the single’s cover art which is viewable in 3-D and comes complete with glasses.
Both full-time teachers, the Andreottis have been married for 13 years, performing together for 16, and recording, touring and releasing music throughout that time under various names and labels. In 2013, they began a break when Jenny enrolled in a history graduate program, but by 2017, it was time to begin being a band again, including choosing a new name.
“One of our favorite records is Hounds of Love by Kate Bush,” Joseph says. “We wanted a name that would pay homage to that.”
In the short year since the release of the band’s debut album, a steady stream of praise has met the heartfelt work which Jenny and Joseph record at home using vintage equipment. “Zine Days” is Fawns of Love’s authentic call back to the era that inspired them, and a declaration that those times are, as Jenny says, “here to stay.”
“Zine Days” is the latest 7-inch by Fawns of Love, arriving on March 2nd, 2018. The single follows-up the band’s 2016 full-length Who Cares About Tomorrow and its mid-2017 single “Falling/Standing.” Jenny and Joseph Andreotti are available for interviews. Contact Josh Bloom at Fanatic for more information.
More Music From Fawns of Love
Fawns of Love
Fawns of Love
Who Cares About Tomorrow
03. His Face
04. How We Live Now
05. Names, Names, Names
08. Scattered Pieces
Fawns of Love Links
Contact Josh Bloom at Fanatic Promotion