5曲、26分

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Following the trajectory set on 2015’s Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, the first in Belle and Sebastian’s three-part EP series finds the indie pop institution continuing to flirt with the dance floor—from the breezy ’70s soul-disco of “Sweet Dew Lee” to the breakbeats of “We Were Beautiful,” which explores the anxiety of aging with the kind-but-unsparing eye the band is known for. Best of all is “The Girl Doesn’t Get It,” a chipper piece of synth-pop that turns a loner’s lament (a classic B&S trope) into a rallying cry for the disenfranchised. “Are you living or waiting,” singer Stuart Murdoch wonders, “For the time to get better?”

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Following the trajectory set on 2015’s Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, the first in Belle and Sebastian’s three-part EP series finds the indie pop institution continuing to flirt with the dance floor—from the breezy ’70s soul-disco of “Sweet Dew Lee” to the breakbeats of “We Were Beautiful,” which explores the anxiety of aging with the kind-but-unsparing eye the band is known for. Best of all is “The Girl Doesn’t Get It,” a chipper piece of synth-pop that turns a loner’s lament (a classic B&S trope) into a rallying cry for the disenfranchised. “Are you living or waiting,” singer Stuart Murdoch wonders, “For the time to get better?”

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JeffreyHeffrey

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I have followed B&S for years, they never fail to amaze me! I am thrilled for new music coming! The vibe is super warm and their take on Indie/Chamber Pop genre is absoluetly great. I saw them perform Sweet Dew Lee in concert this summer, it was spectacular and so fun to jive to!

Salmita89

Love love love

I’ve officially found a new favorite band. “We were beautiful” is such an amazing song. It’s been on repeat all day.

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