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Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring are travellers and troubadours, waifs and wanderers who have had the good fortune of stumbling across each other one night at a ramshackle gin palace in south east London. United in apathy, they write wide-eyed indiepop songs that are tinged with a sense of melancholic wonder at a world that can hold such beauty and such despair all at once.

Their first single, A Question of Trust, was self-released last year, to critical acclaim… read more

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  • Avatar for tehZevaka
    it was not my imagination, secret experiment or illusion. thwfos were real and great as fuck. period.
  • Avatar for DrSocrates
    they might not be the greatest band, but they have the most beautiful name
  • Avatar for Exploding_Heart
    Love <3
  • Avatar for velocityjess
    please play London in July <3
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  • Avatar for gotemp
    <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 Fall Into These Arms <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
  • Avatar for gotemp
    excellent! <3
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  • Avatar for theelecmainline
    As featured on Psychedelica Three from PSYCHEDELICA THREE featuring The Lea Shores, The High Dials, The Quarter After, Youngteam, Belles Will Ring, Maison Blanche, The Black Angels, The Dolly Rocker Movement, The Electric Soft Parade, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, House Of Fire, Sunsplit, Sunray, Louis Gordon, The Cush, The Deaths, God Is An Astronaut, Sennen, Mono In VCF, The Nova Saints, The December Sound, The Butterfly Explosion, Soundpool, Perfect Blue, The Telescopes, The Insect Guide, Mugstar, The Zen Circus & Brian Ritchie, Say, Hopewell, Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring, Aspen Woods, Hush The Many (Heed The Few).
  • Avatar for Aerozy
    And in this song in particular I hear echo's of another great band... Fanfarlo!

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