CARO­LINE SAYS 50,000,000 ELVIS FANS CAN’T BE WRONG WEST­ERN VINYL, OUT 4 AU­GUST

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Proper re­lease at last for for­mer wait­ress’s de­but. First avail­able in 2014 as a lim­it­ededi­tion (just 100) cas­sette that sold out in days, 50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can’t Be Wrong gets its long-over­due proper re­lease. Back then, Caro­line Sallee was work­ing in a store and liv­ing with her par­ents in Alabama, but she’s edged to­wards cult­dom ever since. Ti­tles such as Win­ter Is Cold and My Fi­ance’s Pets sug­gest lo-fi faux naivety, but Sallee uses both real and dig­i­tal drums, plus what sounds like a plane tak­ing off in Lost Feel­ing and mul­ti­lay­ered vo­cals and gui­tars through­out. There’s real bite in I Think I’m Alone Now (in­spired by I Think We’re Alone Now hit-maker Tif­fany’s stalk­ers) and the sense that with a big­ger bud­get, she’d be some­thing spe­cial. JOHN AIZLEWOOD Lis­ten To: I Think I’m Alone Now | My Fi­ance’s Pets | God Knows

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