12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though directly descended from '60s psych-folk luminaries like Nick Drake, The Zombies, and The Left Banke, The Clientele have always been more than revivalists—not pining for the past so much as playing with the disconnect between presence and absence, then and now. Their first album in seven years sounds as though it's beamed in from some half-remembered place, clouded by reverb, laced with harp (“Everything You See Tonight Is Different from Itself”) and gorgeous, overlapping vocal harmonies (“The Neighbour”). It’s as delicate as it is elusive.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Though directly descended from '60s psych-folk luminaries like Nick Drake, The Zombies, and The Left Banke, The Clientele have always been more than revivalists—not pining for the past so much as playing with the disconnect between presence and absence, then and now. Their first album in seven years sounds as though it's beamed in from some half-remembered place, clouded by reverb, laced with harp (“Everything You See Tonight Is Different from Itself”) and gorgeous, overlapping vocal harmonies (“The Neighbour”). It’s as delicate as it is elusive.

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Ratings and Reviews

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3 Ratings

azray17 ,

A dream come true!

I was just saying recently that I'd be so disappointed if we had seen the last of the Clientele. And out of the blue, a new album to look forward to. Wow, Lunar Days sounds magnificent! If this song is any indication, this could be their best album yet. Alasdair's vocals are terrific. My wife and I are excited, and are hoping they make a return to Phoenix to play for us. The Clientele are back!

DrewzertheAbuser ,

Great

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