BiographyMid-90s Indie pop sensation Bettie Serveert scored big with the jangly, combustible guitar work of radio hits like Tom Boy, the tasteful, yet fiery rhythms of Palomine, and the ever present smolder of Carol van Dijk's whiskey-flavored alto. While they haven't created the sounds and shapes of the future, so to speak, they have imbued their three full-length albums with songs that possess a genuine sincerity oft sacrificed to the calculating, cold spirit of innovation. Bettie Serveert took special care to preserve warmth in their chemical, kinetic musical equation; leaving a rich legacy of enduringly heart thawing melancholia and explosive fits of pop juvenilia.
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