Brazilian indie pop band with releases on Shelflife Records, Drive-In Records and Humblebee Recordings.
Postal Blue only became Postal Blue in 1998 after being Southern State Tapestry (after a Felt song title) from late 1997 up to the definite name change. The band's first release was supposed to be a 7" on Moonscreen Records, which sadly didn't last enough to bring Postal Blue's debut to light. After the demise of Moonscreen, Drive-In Records decided to take over the project, and released the self-titled 2000 four-song ep. A curious note on this first record is that the songs 'I know where your dreams go' and 'Maybe I'm dreaming' had their titles mixed up, which is still to be corrected when a new pressing comes out. After the debut, Postal Blue hooked up with Shelflife Records, and arranged the release of 2002's 'Weather Sensitive', with 5 songs. The new ep was followed by a series of compilation appearances, and after a long hiatus, the band gave birth to their much awaited debut album 'International Breeze' in 2004. In February 2006, a new CD-EP came out on Canada's Humblebee Recordings with 5 previously unreleased songs. More releases are in the works.
The Smiths, Pale Fountains, Close Lobsters, June Brides, Galaxie 500, Trash Can Sinatras, Blueboy, C86, Sarah Records.