12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having scored with the woozy, doggedly strange stormers on their debut album, U.K. quartet Hooton Tennis club dare to get even weirder on this follow-up. Produced by Scottish indie godfather Edwyn Collins and bustling with unusual characters (see the cheeky stomp of “Bootcut Jimmy the G”), Big Box of Chocolates deals in smart, sparky jangle-pop. Also: the playfully deployed bicycle bell on “Meet Me at the Molly Bench” will definitely make you smile.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having scored with the woozy, doggedly strange stormers on their debut album, U.K. quartet Hooton Tennis club dare to get even weirder on this follow-up. Produced by Scottish indie godfather Edwyn Collins and bustling with unusual characters (see the cheeky stomp of “Bootcut Jimmy the G”), Big Box of Chocolates deals in smart, sparky jangle-pop. Also: the playfully deployed bicycle bell on “Meet Me at the Molly Bench” will definitely make you smile.

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