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Customer Reviews

Not bad.

In all a pretty good album if you ask me, there are some good songs on it and also some not so good ones. But there's still sure to be a hit to come out of this whether it be "Lights Out for Darker Skies" or even 'Canvey Island" who knows.

Very Well Done

Well BSP are courting a more mainstream audience according to the press, and its clear they have made an effort to be more accessible. They have retreated from some of the delighfully archaic lyrics of their previous albums. A better way of putting it is, perhaps, its not as deliberately obscure as some of their previous albums, a little bit less variety, but still an excellent album. Some of the tracks are excellent, most are solid. Its still clever and catchy by turns, but if you enjoyed the smug feeling of following the gist of BSP's previous albums, its a step backwards. I'd encourage you to look past the 1 star review below.

For fans of great guitar rock

This is surely one of the best albums of last year and even right up there for the last few years. I have not encountered one filler on the album and the amazing organic, crisp sounds that are on show are breathtaking. It's all really big and brilliant and fans of U2 and Arcade Fire should definietly get it. Awesome!!!


Formed: 2000 in Natland, Cumbria, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A sextet from Natland, Cumbria, England, British Sea Power are a rather conceptual indie band -- compared more than once to Joy Division and the Cure -- whose music incorporates elements of art rock and post-rock experimentalism. The group was formed in 2000 by brothers Yan Scott Wilkinson (vocals and guitar) and Neil Hamilton Wilkinson (vocals, guitar, and bass), who teamed up with a longtime friend, drummer Matthew Wood. When Yan enrolled at the University of Reading, he met like-minded musician...
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