I'll be here in the morning

Out now via Ruptured/T3 Records

A patient album of understated beauty – thoughtful and deliberate
— Project Revolver

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I’ll be here in the morning is available to order from Cargo Records for worldwide shipping. All releases can be found in Lebanon at: Onomatopeia The Music Hub, The Little Bookshop, Music Now, and Beirut Art Center. For vinyls only go to at ChicoThe Lick Records, and Orient Express.



Our collaboration with Zenobie! Flying Saucers, Wrinkles and Waves - three hand-sewn notebooks with illustrated covers based on our songs. Available to order from her website or to buy at Papercup.

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About Postcards


Postcards is a dream pop trio formed in 2012 in Beirut, Lebanon. Their music is defined by hushed vocals floating over expansive sonic spaces that shift between harsh noise and ambient soundscapes

I’ll Be Here In The Morning (Ruptured/T3 Records/Cargo Records) is their fourth release and first full-length album and finds the band working with long-time producer Fadi Tabbal of Tunefork Studios. The album’s lyrics reveal a young woman caught between hope and despair, and the music complements that dichotomy with instrumentation that nods to dream pop, noise rock, shoegaze and jangle pop.

The album comes after 3 well-received EPs: Lakehouse (2013), What Lies So Still (2015) and Here Before (2017). The band has been regularly touring Europe, the UK and the Middle East since 2014 and has also opened for bands like Beirut (2014) and Angus and Julia Stone (2015). Initially formed as a quartet with their friend Rany Bechara, the band now operates as a trio.


JULIA SABRA: Lead vocals, guitar, synth, organ, and bass synth.

MARWAN TOHME: Guitar, bass and backing vocals

PASCAL SEMERDJIAN: drums, sampler, bass synth and backing vocals

in the press

A patient album of understated beauty – thoughtful and deliberate
— Project Revolver (LB)
I’ll be here in the morning is a consistent and well-executed album of dreamy slow-core
The feelings Postcards project live are a true representation of life here, a city of youth, love and life, with an underlying, unspoken sense of dejection and gloom
— Get Out Blog (LB)
The album contains all that yearning, ecstasy and escapism which characterizes good dream pop
— Lie in the sound (DE)
Dreamy, introspective Postcards might just be the next band to break it big outside of Beirut
— The National (UAE)