When HoZac first heard the crudely innocent recordings of Brooklyn's newly formed GIRLS AT DAWN, it was hard to recall which sunk in first, the jangling and angelic pop hooks, or the interwoven and uniquely eerie Rosemary's Baby soundtrack-style backup vocals that accompany them. It really doesn’t matter, as their songs have that special something that stick right out and make the hairs on all our collective necks stand straight up. Their debut 7-inch single, hauntingly self-produced, loaded with home recorded goodness, and played by three girls who effortlessly knock out great, simplistic and inescapable songs that swim around in your head and don't let go. Quite like the hypnotic, mythological sirens who lured ancient sea captains into pits of despair, these songs seem just pure enough, until it's too late to turn back and they've hooked you unforgivably. Look for The Girls At Dawn on the Rough Trade Indie Pop '09 compilation, along with an upcoming 12-inch EP on Captured Tracks, as well.