Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Light entertainment


THOUGH not a dazzling album, nevertheless Light Pollution would brighten up any collection.
Opening with droning psychedelic pop track Good Feelings, the LP continues to tread a fine line between an Amusement Parks On Fire dirge and Embrace-style epic indie pop throughout.
It's like they don't know whether to gaze at their shoes or stare blinking in wonderment at the heavens and as a result the album is an up and down affair.

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