The Pastels :: The Last Great Wilderness

Over forty years have passed since the debut single from guitar pop legends the Pastels. The epitome of underground cult status, counterculture archivist Sam Knee summarized the band as "bridging the gap from post-punk into the new '80s indie era" in his book A Scene In Between, a visual encyclopedia of the era. Emerging from the era of the C86 cassette and hometown Orange Juice, the group is equally synonymous with the Glasgow-based music institutions they helped foster . . .

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