Postcards From Jeff - A House

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This is the first single taken from Postcards From Jeff's debut EP 03/03/2014. 

“Postcards From Jeff brings the tensions between town and country just a little bit closer together on the melodic vocal pop claustrophobia of, “A House,” of his self-titled debut EP. Working class Springsteen-ian ballads with a UK heart.”

Hailing from the U.K. get acquainted with POSTCARDS FROM JEFF. Just launching the first U.S. look at the video for “A House,” via The Vinyl District, the piece is quite a theatrical masterpiece.

Calling upon the video expertise of Steve Glashier (Primal Scream, The Prodigy, and Fatboy Slim) having first admired his visual interpretation of Lyna Galliara’s ‘Life’s Shit’, the pair came together through a mutual appreciation for the strange. “You could call it a shared fascination with suburban dysfunction,” tells Postcards From Jeff of the pair’s common interest. “It’s an ever-present theme in my music.”

Inspired by Twin Peaks, The Stepford Wives, the photography of Gregory Crewdson and Scandinavian noir, the result is an impressively slick moving picture that marries unsettling melodrama with Postcards From Jeff’s innate capacity for scene-stealing melodies boasting widescreen wonder.

Musically speaking, Postcards From Jeff's boundaries are limitless. Across each track far flung folk, electronica, country, krautrock and pop are seamlessly brought together through a sonically curious adventure owing as much of a debt to Weilheim band The Notwist as to Ohio's The National or even as far as Canada through channeling Neil Young.
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