Dreampop for the inner goth: melodic punk shoegaze from Surely Lorraine

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Tinted glam with a hint of punk and new wave (some call it “post-punk”), Surely Lorraine really loves hearing the romance of 80s goth heartbreak with ears turned up to synthpop, dreampop, and shoegaze. She is an alternative goth music artist based in Los Angeles, California. Her maxi-single “Calling Out” was released in 2012 and EP “Tunes of Portugal” was released in 2013, produced by Boz Boorer. Her debut album “Desdemona Resurrect”, produced by Boz Boorer, herself, and Eric Berdon is out now on cd and all digital platforms.

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