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Music by Bergman: Summer Camp

Summer Camp‘s timeless indie-pop is a rare treat indeed. Often alt-pop has a bland 60’s feel, a disposable modern hipster edge or the cringworthy quirkiness of a dating site advert. Here was a girl-boy duo with sprightly guitars and tickling keyboards to make the indie kids swoon,
Summer Camp -AKA married couple Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley- release their fifth album Romantic Comedy, the companion piece to Sankey’s film-debut of the same name, out now via Apricot Recordings. Having released four albums and three EPs in the space of six years, the duo decided to take a break from Summer Camp to explore other creative projects.