10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Through 10 albums and nearly two decades, Primal Scream have proved one of Britain’s great chameleonic bands. Album 11 is a stylish, zeitgeisty set that mines their dance-pop prowess. “Trippin’ on Your Love” is a shameless slice of Screamadelica baggy fun complete with a Haim vocal assist, “Where the Light Gets In” pits Bobby Gillespie against Sky Ferreira in an irresistible space pop duel, while “Golden Rope” circulates with a delicious rock crunch. But it’s not all knockabout fun: Gillespie allows some rare introspection on the throbbing “(Feeling Like A) Demon Again” and mournful “I Can Change”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Through 10 albums and nearly two decades, Primal Scream have proved one of Britain’s great chameleonic bands. Album 11 is a stylish, zeitgeisty set that mines their dance-pop prowess. “Trippin’ on Your Love” is a shameless slice of Screamadelica baggy fun complete with a Haim vocal assist, “Where the Light Gets In” pits Bobby Gillespie against Sky Ferreira in an irresistible space pop duel, while “Golden Rope” circulates with a delicious rock crunch. But it’s not all knockabout fun: Gillespie allows some rare introspection on the throbbing “(Feeling Like A) Demon Again” and mournful “I Can Change”.

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