Introducing: The Barettas

Hamilton, Ontario’s The Barettas claim their home city is known for industrial decay, grittiness, and blue-collar roots, but you’d be hard-pressed to find those influences in their positively buoyant debut single “Touché”.  These power-pop girls clearly know their way around naturally-sweetened hooks, even if they’re made of more than sugar and spice and everything nice – sailor’s blood and old gypsy bones, to be exact.  The “Touché” 7” is available as a free download at their bandcamp, and comes backed by “Black Sheep”, another spirited blast of infectious indie-pop.  Hopefully there will be more from these girls from the North Country before too long.

MP3  ::  Touché

(from the Touché 7”. Download here)

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