Right Now. Regarding this 45, "Love Me" is a delightful way to spend 150 seconds (or so). Quintessential DIY power pop from it's halcyon era, brimming with harmonies, a ringing guitar fill, and warm reverb that charms like no ones business. The Giraffes approach the flipside, "When I Find Out" with a grittier, serrated edge not dissimilar to the garagey tendencies of The Troggs.
A. Love Me
B. When I Find Out
TALL TALES AND TRUE Looking for a Place 1992 - *by request* *Discogs * Artist Biography by Brendan Swift Formed by Australian vocalist and guitarist Matthew de la Hunty, along with bassist Paul Misk...
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