The post-Bloomsbury sound of Princeton

Posted by Jason Diamond

A few years back, the group Princeton released a four song ode to Virginia Woolf, Lytton Strachey, John Maynard Keynes.  The EP was titled “Bloomsbury,” and without trying to sound like an overzealous hype man, it was one of the most perfect slices of lit pop that I’ve ever heard.

Since then, the band have gone on to release a full length, and are back again with their newest single, “Clamoring For Your Heart.”

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