From its inception, Valleys has been always changing. From the quiet and exploratory preliminary years to the stormy experimentation of recent works, the duo has always had one foot in the pop realm and the other in the dirt. Are You Going To Stand There And Talk Weird All Night? is the result of a year’s worth of writing through unexpected loss and spiritual recovery. Working with meditative and spatial elements, Valleys aims to blur the lines between noise, melody, repetition and space results in a dark, mysterious and cinematic quality to their sound.

Recorded and co-produced by Alec “Orson Presence” Dippie from the legendary British post punk group The Monochrome Set, “Are You Going To Stand There And Talk Weird All Night?” is to be released on Kanine Records this spring.

Northern Transmissions reviews new Valleys album
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Review Of The New Album From ‘Valleys’

Marc St. Louis and Matilda Perks who make up Valleys. They found inspiration for Are You Going To Stand There And Talk Weird All Night? from various personal losses they each experienced in their lives. So don’t expect a Beach Boys type album from Valleys. You can however expect a Beach House type album that is quiet and soulful.

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Valleys Sign To Kanine Records

Montreal electronic duo Valleys signed to Brooklyn, New York based label, Kanine Records (Grizzly Bear/Braids) to release their debut full-length record, Are You Going To Stand There And Talk Weird All Night? on April 30

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