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In the angst of everyday life, daydreaming can save you from falling apart.
For Guilherme Correia, who writes, produces and records from his bedroom under the
do-it-yourself moniker of Hause Plants, those daydreams come in the form of songs.
Ranging from themes as social anxiety, careless coming of age and nights out in a big
city, Hause Plants’ songs are bedroom pop in their essence, but are meant to be heard
and played live, combining the urgency and vitality of 80’s post-punk with the ethereal
landscapes of dream pop and shoegaze.
Open up your windows, tell me what you see
I won't try to bring me down this time you're not around
We could take some pictures, draw them on our skin
I can see me falling into the nothing of these streets
Feels like we're heading backwards, simply out of time
I don't know if you're coming with me to see the clouds
Shaped like figures falling and dancing in the sky
Is it time to change the pace of people passing by?
Take my time here, off to nowhere, lost in thoughts
Just tell me how are you spending your days,
When the words so real, you're gonna break them
released January 6, 2020
“City Vocabulary”, mixed and mastered by André Isidro (Ditch Days, Basset Hounds,
Grand Sun), is Hause Plants’ first single and a part of the debut EP ‘Public Speaking’,
which will be out on 2020. With fast-paced drums, fuzzy guitars and a reverb-drenched
atmosphere, the vocals deliver a delicate performance that snapshots a long distance
relationship through the lens of a reckless youth.
On stage, Hause Plants becomes a trio with the help of Nobita (Drunkyard) on bass and
Jantónio Nunes da Silva (Huggs) on drums.