The Pierces new single is dreamy. Not only because they frolic through the fields in hippy trippy fashion in the video for “You’ll Be Mine”, but because their harmonies are so rich and luscious its like taking a swim in whipped cream or dipping yourself in hot chocolate. The Alabama sisters decided to bow out of the game after nine years of only marginal success. Enter kismet in the form of Guy Berryman (better known as the bass player from Coldplay) who convinced the sisters to give it another go by offering to produce their new album. Out with the old, in with the new. The girls decamped to London, signed with Polydor and were hauled up in Coldplay’s Camden studio for months with Berryman and Grammy winning producer Rik Simpson at the helm. And voila!, the result is career resurrecting vintage guitar pop propelling them from the dusty backshelves of record label archives to the forefront of hotly tipped new bands. The Pierces could be Stevie Nicks’ two hot younger sisters with songwriting skills just as ethereal and mystical as that of the pixie queen of the 70s. Gloriously atmospheric stuff.