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  1. Bralkis

    May 24,  · However, the Postelles have their own personality. They make the connection between ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll and the stripped-down flow of ‘70s new wave. Thrown together and you get infectious tunes such as “Sleep On the Dance Floor,” “ Stop” and “Hey Little Sister” where dancing is permitted and toe-tapping is highly likely.
  2. Mazilkree

    Postelles Top Postelles Lyrics White Night Can't Stand Still Hey Little Sister Blue Room Whisper Whisper Boy's Best Friend Pretend It's Love Stella Hold On She She Related Postelles Links Sleep On The Dance Floor video Postelles twitter.
  3. Arara

    Apr 08,  · The Postelles have announced a July 27th release date for their eponymous debut album on Astralwerks/Capitol Records. The quartet from the Upper West Side of Manhattan, who formed in high school and are currently still just 21 to 22 years of age, co-produced the song album with the Stroke’s guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. For the [ ].
  4. Fauzuru

    Sleep on the Dance Floor Lyrics. About “The Postelles” “The Postelles” Q&A. Album Credits. Producers +1 Records. More The Postelles albums White Night And It Shook Me.
  5. Kashicage

    The Lyrics for White Night by The Postelles have been translated into 1 languages I won't go, I won't stay 'Til you give me a taste I wanna feel like that Now I shake, and you sweat And we'll dance, no let's sing 'Cause now I feel like that Oh, tell me do you like that?
  6. Zugal

    The Postelles are on constant rotation.. I haven't been this excited about a new artist since I was first blown away by the Kooks. There isn't a song on here that /5(10).
  7. Tausho

    The Postelles, an album by The Postelles on Spotify. Sleep On The Dance Floor. 3. Stop. 4. Boy's Best Friend. More by The Postelles And It Shook Me. The Postelles. The Postelles. White Night. More The Postelles. Listen to The Postelles now. Listen to The Postelles in full in the Spotify app. Play.
  8. Bamuro

    Like the coolest kids at the sock hop, the Postelles play mid-century rock & roll with a hipster twist, modeling their melodies after Buddy Holly one minute and Elvis Costello the next. It’s a s sound filtered through New York City’s 21st century indie scene, but the Postelles don’t bridge the gap themselves as much as take their cues.

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