Franny & Zooey is the name behind Juan Julio Peña and Victoria Linares, two buddies that were introduced at a a punk show in Dominican Republic. Years later, in the sizzling summer of 2012 they decided to make some demos for two weeks straight, giving birth to Bananafish (released on Dufflecoat Records in 2013).
The band is heavily influenced by 60’s girl groups and 80’s indiepop.
When “Sally Met C.” they were both “daydreaming” in a party full of people that were sad but attracted to each other like “magnets”. They encountered this particular person that stood out from the rest, she was sitting in a corner writing a letter to “Arlincita” while another person with big puffy hair sat next to her. A few seconds later he was talking on the phone and constantly saying, “Sorry, you’re breaking up”. The girl signed, “I Love you” at the same time that he said those words to a person on the other end of the receiver that may or not heard the message.
This EP is the work of two people in love with indiepop.
Tracklist: Daydream / Magnet /Sally Meets C / Sorry, You’re Breaking Up / For Arlincita / I Love You