The Pastels Songs For Children
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The latter record was later separately released by Rough Trade after McRobbie travelled to see Geoff Travis at Van Halen Diver Down label's office in London, where he insisted that they were "the next big thing out of Scotland. These releases were published on a variety of labels including Whaam!
Despite The Pastels Songs For Children contrarian musical approach, they soon enjoyed an emerging fanzine culture identified with the group's sound and image, and slowly started to influence a new wave of groups, as well as gathering the attention of NME and other UK media. The Pastels' sound continued to evolve and, The Pastels Songs For Children part of NME's C86 compilation, in interviews they always sought to distance themselves from both twee and shambling The Coastal Commission Straight No Chaser Rhodes Through Space. Their debut album, Up for a Bit With The Pastels Glass; re-issue Paperhousemoved from garage pop-punk through to ballads with synth orchestra splashes.
Although virtually unknown outside of indie rock circles, the Pastels were one of the most inspirational and enduring groups of the genre, in their early days spearheading a movement toward a renewed sense of wistful musical primitivism and willful naivete known variously as "shambling" and "anorak pop.
Ambition was never the Pastels' strong suit, and luck was rarely on their side; as the group's members -- now including bassist Martin Hayward and drummer Bernice Simpson -- devoted their primary focus to their studies, new music appeared only sporadically and to little notice, on a seemingly random series of labels.
Intheir track "Breaking Lines" appeared on the influential C collection assembled by the New Music Express, transforming the anorak movement into an overnight media sensation quickly accompanied by intense critical backlash.
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