11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Brit art rockers express their creative wild side with a selection pack of sounds for their second album. ‘70s experimentalism abounds throughout— from the jaunty glamness of "Glory Hallelujah", "Superglue's" stompy art rock and introspective wooziness which breaks into a huge melodramatic chorus straight out of the ELO songbook—but their indie spirit is strong too. "Dusseldorf" is full of blitzy cockney spirit and danceable basslines, while "Drop Out" shows off a thrashy, dark side.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Brit art rockers express their creative wild side with a selection pack of sounds for their second album. ‘70s experimentalism abounds throughout— from the jaunty glamness of "Glory Hallelujah", "Superglue's" stompy art rock and introspective wooziness which breaks into a huge melodramatic chorus straight out of the ELO songbook—but their indie spirit is strong too. "Dusseldorf" is full of blitzy cockney spirit and danceable basslines, while "Drop Out" shows off a thrashy, dark side.

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