Listen: Pawws – “Slow Love”

19 Jun


Given that “Slow Love” first appeared online a couple of months back now, it is fair to say we are a little late to the party. We like to think of it as being fashionably late mind you, long after all the people you invite just to fill it out have turned up but still before the booze has run out, Whigfield is on repeat on the stereo (even if the party is on a Thursday) and all your fish have mysteriously vanished from their tank.

Yep, we turned up at exactly the right moment for this stupendous piece of pop music from Pawws, as the video will be unveiled at any moment and the single is now up for pre-order (more on that later). There was nothing slow about our love for it at all, it was immediate and rather overwhelming actually. We were infatuated (still are) and it has been played a rather ridiculous amount of times and at volumes that tend to result in the police turning up at your house asking if you ‘wouldn’t mind turning it down please’ and ‘why is there a guy running around outside with a plastic bag filled with water singing, I’m going to eat you little fishy?’.

If skittles let you “taste the rainbow” then “Slow Love” makes you “see, hear, feel, and surf the rainbow”. With influences from the likes of Robyn, Annie and Kylie it’s a spin around during the chorus piece of electro-pop fantasticness. Lucy Taylor’s beautifully sweet and heartfelt vocals blend perfectly with its full on grooveability. Alongside Chvrches, Pawws is showing that there is still a lot of life in the pop-dog yet.

”Slow Love” is released alongside “Time To Say Goodbye” on limited to 300 copies 7” vinyl single on 15 July via. ASL Records and can be pre-ordered here.

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One Response to “Listen: Pawws – “Slow Love””

  1. name not supplied August 19, 2013 at 23:56 #

    we liked grooving along to this

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