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Bella Union
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Release Date
July 29, 2022
  • Vinyl 1×LP, Limited Coloured

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    • 140g Duck Egg Vinyl Colour
    • Outer Sleeve on 350gsm Matt Machine Varnish
    • Inner Sleeve on 300gsm Uncoated/Reverse-board
    • CMYK LP Labels
    • LP Sticker
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With their brand-new sophomore album, Patina, Toronto-based indie pop band Tallies have found a way to expertly walk that razor-thin tightrope between nostalgia and the present, nodding to their favorite bands of the past while transforming their sound into something tight, bright, and undeniably fresh.

The band’s 2019, debut self-titled album solidified the their stature as Canada’s leading dreampop scholars as its mix of upbeat pop hooks and heady, larger-than-life production won the band critical acclaim from the indie underground to the mainstream alike. They began work straight away on a second record, which would prove to be an even more life-affirming endeavour than their debut.

It was during this process that Tallies began a working friendship with one of their musical heroes—Simon Raymonde, ex-Cocteau Twins bassist and founder of Bella Union, caught wind of Tallies and made it his mission to sign the band. Through transatlantic phone calls, Tallies were able to deeply connect with a member of one of their favourite bands

Digital Tracklist

  1. 1 No Dreams Of Fayres 3:21 Buy

    No Dreams Of Fayres

  2. 2 Hearts Underground 3:49 Buy

    Hearts Underground

  3. 3 Wound Up Tight 2:56 Buy

    Wound Up Tight

  4. 4 Catapult 3:38 Buy


  5. 5 Heavens Touch 4:28 Buy

    Heavens Touch

  6. 6 Special 4:36 Buy


  7. 7 Memento 4:27 Buy


  8. 8 Am I The Man 3:21 Buy

    Am I The Man

  9. 9 When Your Life Is Not Over 3:45 Buy

    When Your Life Is Not Over

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