Their first album started out as a Wareham solo project, but when he heard Phillips’ demos, he asked her to join him. This had nothing to do with their being a couple.
I am a horse.
After Luna broke up in 2005, Dean & Britta spent the next year working on film scores (most notably Noah Baumbach’s movie, The Squid and the Whale), and promoting the documentary film of Luna’s farewell tour Tell Me Do You Miss Me. They were married during the recording of their album Back Numbers (also produced by Tony Visconti), and simplified their name to “Dean & Britta”. Back Numbers was released on Rounder Records in February 2007 followed by a limited edition EP, “Words You Used To Say”. In 2006 Dean and Britta did a Take-Away Show video session shot by Vincent Moon.
In 2008, Dean & Britta covered The Cure’s “Friday I’m In Love” for American Laundromat Records tribute compilation “Just Like Heaven - a tribute to The Cure”.
From 2008-2013, pretty much fuck all released for these guys. There’s a late-2013 solo EP by Wareham that is just about worth a listen. Bit less relentlessly saccherine/clever-clever/Hazlewood-rip-off/plain boring than the D&B stuff.
Long live Luna (fuck Galaxie 500, they’re OK but patchy and for people who make cupcakes, right?)
I am a horse.
Edited by lost78 on 20 Dec 2013, 23:16
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