15 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On 2013 debut Where The Heaven Are We, Swim Deep were in thrall to the baggy and shoegazing acts of the early ’90s. Like the best bands of those scenes, they’ve elevated their sound by applying their sharp hooks and propulsive grooves to new genres, investigating everything from synth-pop melodrama (“Namaste”) to euphoric trance (“To My Brother”). It’s a try-anything-once approach that pays off majestically on eight-minute, metronomic psych-funk workout “Fueiho Boogie”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On 2013 debut Where The Heaven Are We, Swim Deep were in thrall to the baggy and shoegazing acts of the early ’90s. Like the best bands of those scenes, they’ve elevated their sound by applying their sharp hooks and propulsive grooves to new genres, investigating everything from synth-pop melodrama (“Namaste”) to euphoric trance (“To My Brother”). It’s a try-anything-once approach that pays off majestically on eight-minute, metronomic psych-funk workout “Fueiho Boogie”.

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