10 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bear’s Den enrich the love story between US alt-rock scene and rousing UK folk. Despite its grand ambition and hit singles, camp-fire warmth surges through this debut album: the hypnotically melodic “Agape” was built to be chanted back to the London trio by festival crowds but retains a rootsy charm, “Think of England” has a cinematic, high-gloss sheen to counterbalance its dreaming-of-home lyrics, while the stately “Elysium” employs a brass section to marvellous effect.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bear’s Den enrich the love story between US alt-rock scene and rousing UK folk. Despite its grand ambition and hit singles, camp-fire warmth surges through this debut album: the hypnotically melodic “Agape” was built to be chanted back to the London trio by festival crowds but retains a rootsy charm, “Think of England” has a cinematic, high-gloss sheen to counterbalance its dreaming-of-home lyrics, while the stately “Elysium” employs a brass section to marvellous effect.

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