Daniel Hindman and Sarah Versprille began writing songs together in 2009 while living in Brooklyn, NY. In 2011, between tours with Sub Pop's Vetiver (who Versprille and Hindman play keyboards and guitar in respectively,) the duo packed up their lives, moved to Portland, OR and realized that it was time to put a name to the new project -- Pure Bathing Culture was born. Through various serendipitous connections, multi-instrumentalist and producer Richard Swift heard their early demos and immediately invited them to record with him at his National Freedom studio in Cottage Grove, OR. On Pure Bathing Culture's self-titled EP, their elegantly smooth pop melodies embody the nostalgia of soft 80s dream pop with a freshness all its own.
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This album puts you in a trance and does not say sorry for it! When i found this group I was immediately hooked especially with this insanely sounded bass tone. The sound of the entire album just flows so well and is unlike anything I've heard of recently. Love this album with my whole being. tdizzle1