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A funny moment that unfortunately we can only reference as it was trimmed from our latest concert release. Deidra Muro, whose melodious vocals compliment musical cohort Paul Hammer's boy next door pairing at the helm of indie pop outfit Savoir Adore, does an impression...of Ben Gibbard...singing "Take Me Out To The Ballgame". She of course did not volunteer such an impression, but was egged on to do so by one of her band mates. And, it wasn't too bad.

In this performance at Brooklyn Bowl, the promising New York upstarts reveal an affection for bands like Death Cab For Cutie that might go a little deeper than cute impressions. Here, the band twist lovelorn lyrics and head clenching instrumental/vocal melodies, providing the kind of affecting twine that may as well replace the heart strings for tugging on. Plus, the band's crisp and tidy pop tunes suggest they place a premium on their craft. In short, Savoir Adore are a band to keep an eye on. Perhaps you should start with this set captured during last summer's edition of The Northside Festival. - David Pitz

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Even in a scene as vibrant as the current one in Brooklyn, Savoir Adore bring something entirely unique and exciting to the table with their addictively lush slant on pop. In the Wooded Forest, their exuberant debut album, showcases the many strengths of this exciting, young band. Soaring melodies. Infectious beats. This album demands repeat listens and will have your friends asking "What is this?!" From the high-octane pop of "Bodies" to meditatively gorgeous closer "The Garden", Savoir Adore display a potent combination of raw talent and musical maturity that is extremely rare in a debut release. With their unique blend of indie influences and infectious dance beats, its no wonder the group has garnered comparisons to such great artists as Phoenix, Jens Lekman and Bishop Allen.

Savoir Adore's first release, The Adventures of Professor Pumpernickel and the Girl with Animals in Her Throat, is full of fresh ideasso full, in fact, that they manage to cover dozens of feelings and styles in the process. Perhaps the open, free-range moods of their work is due to the fact that the duo wrote and recorded the entirety of the EP over the course of just one weekend.

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