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Hear Pinkshinyultrablast's Swoon-Worthy 'Find Your Saint'

After slimming down to a trio, the dreamy Russian shoegaze band is putting the finishing touches on its third album in three years.
Pinkshinyultrablast. Source: Andy Hughes

Its name alone suggests an explosive whizzbang of cotton candy pop — makes shoegaze that yanks tufts of sound every which way in some kind of cinematically sped-up slow-mo. It's irrepressibly cool music — last was a , a sonic treasure hunt on every listen.

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