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People From Venus

PFV has been climbing the ranks in the indie music scene with hits “Kite”, “Light War”, “Lipstick”, and more. In 2009 they were named one of the best undiscovered bands by Spin Magazine.
It’s been a roller coaster ride for them as they have exploded with popularity and to show how appreciative they are to the fans, they’re making an intergalactic trip to Miami Beach.  They’ll be celebrating the release of their debut album TOOT TOOT YEAH
If your not familiar with this group or their music, then let me clue you in.  Their sound has been described as gritty UK Punk with a snarl with some added sexual swagger.   Their current single “Lipstick” has been heating up the airwaves all through the UK; it’s become a favorite amongst glam-rockers, trendsetters, and hipsters
– miami new times

Indeed, much of Toot Toot Yeah! has the feel you get when you’re among a crowd of like-minded souls. It’s there in the lure of “The Girl From Planet Earth,” it’s there in the questions raised by “Smitten,” and it’s there, most adamantly, in the promise of “The Future Is Wild.” Call it the sound of those who get it.

Despite its vibrancy, though, this is still a comparatively small scene, populated by outcasts and misfits, most of whom exist on a grid all their own. And that leaves PFV feeling oddly right at home. “We are visitors here,” Isaac says, perhaps cluing us in to the origin of the band’s name. “We’ll never fit in. And the record is a reflection of that.”
It helps more that those singles happen to be the catchiest thing since the Bay City Rollers rolled with the Clash.OK, so that never happened. But if it had…

- john hood

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