By hmcclure | February 23rd, 2013
Jenny Broke the Window, a five-member band from just outside Sydney, have been getting pretty good at making indie pop. From their early beginnings in 2009, they’ve developed a cult following on the back of their regular live shows and cheerful songs.
After not releasing any new tunes in a couple of years, the boys have been back in the studio recording two new tracks. The first of the two is “Ravel,” a raucous, toe-tapping pop gem which will have you humming along in no time. It doesn’t complicate things, but the use of horns, synths and sing-a-long choruses keep things interesting.
This is a great track which is bound to produce smiles all round. More of the same, please!