Tatyana - Treat Me Right [Clear LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Kiss Me Right Now
2. Right Places
3. On My Mind
4. Lover, You Don't Know Me
5. Runaway
6. Introduction
7. Treat Me Right
8. Between the Lines
9. Make Amends
10. End of the Galaxy

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Co-produced with Metronomy’s Joseph Mount, electro-pop artist TATYANA’s debut album is a careful fusion of her classical harp training with her keen sense for pop production and songwriting. Inspired by late-2000s indie pop and Swedish pop auteurs, Treat Me Right is a sparkling, catchy collection of ‘80s synths and futuristic auto-tuned vocals.

TATYANA has lived in Holland, Russia, Singapore, and Boston – where she attended Berklee College of Music on a full scholarship – before settling back in her hometown of London in 2018. The transient nature of her upbringing has certainly informed her music: from underground raves to viral YouTube covers to playing harp on tour with Neneh Cherry, there seems to be no scene that she doesn’t thrive in.

Last year, she released her thrilling debut EP Shadow On The Wall via Sinderlyn. The self-produced collection was met with praise from tastemaker outlets like NYLON, FADER, Office, Bandcamp, Line of Best Fit, and Crack, as well as an exclusive vinyl pressing withVinyl Me, Please’sRising program. Treat Me Right is the irresistible product of these impressive first steps, the kind of precisely produced, impossibly catchy pop that takes other artists their entire careers to nail.

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