Pastel Blank releases new single, “Picture Perfect”

Victoria, BC-based experimental art-rockers Pastel Blank has released their new single, “Picture Perfect”, which teases their upcoming debut record, due to 2022.

Discussing the track, guitarist/vocalist Angus Watt, noted,

“‘Picture Perfect’ is about infatuation and idealization; how the heart sways the eyes. Starting with a few fragments inspired by Jobim’s ‘Aguas de Marcos’, the bulk of the song was written by myself & Oliver (Hollingshead) in one sitting, with Oliver playing the drum part on his lap. Unlike most of the songs we’ve worked on, this one was simply recorded in my apartment using a Tascam 388 tape machine that producer David Parry (Loving, Alice Phoebe Lou, Jons) lent me.”

This single follows the previous release, “Cellophane Clocks”, which was the first taste of the upcoming album.

Check out “Picture Perfect” below, and stay up to date with Pastel Blank via their socials.

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