If you have picked up on Stumbleine (aka Peter Cooper) in the past, through his 2012 album ‘Spiderwebbed’, say, or perhaps the blissed-out singles ‘Sunshine Girls’ and ‘The Beat My Heart Skips’, you’ll know he specialises in music that drifts serenely between heartache and ecstasy, each slow-burning song swaddled in the fuzzy warmth of gentle distortion. There are shades of Mazzy Star and Massive Attack in his work, just as there are echoes of M83 and Boards of Canada. And yes, in case you’re wondering, the name Stumbleine is taken from that Smashing Pumpkins song. “They’re one of the first bands I fell in love with,” says Peter. “That album, ‘Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness’, was a huge influence on my life.”

Stumbleine Announces New LP Featuring Violet Skies, Releases "Whirlpool" (Feat. Violet Skies) Track out April 29th In The US On Monotreme Records

Stumbleine Announces New LP, out April 29th

If you have picked up on Stumbleine (aka Peter Cooper) in the past, through his 2012 album ‘Spiderwebbed’, say, or perhaps the blissed-out singles ‘Sunshine Girls’ and ‘The Beat My Heart Skips’, you’ll know his music drifts,

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