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The Lovetones' third album is less explicit in its '60s and '70s reference points than its predecessor, Meditations. At times it sounds like a rather average singer/songwriter album dusted with late-'60s/early-'70s quirks in the production and the arrangements, particularly with Mellotron sounds, mildly distorted vocals and instruments, and organs that seem as if they might have been airlifted in from a different era. While it doesn't give pleasure to point this out, the best moments are those that are most reminiscent of past work by the greats. That's particularly the case when songwriter Matt Tow reaches for the kind of expansive grandeur projected by David Bowie in the early '70s, when Bowie seemed at his most sincere — a similarity that's never greater than in "Ordinary Lives," one of the record's highlights. If you always lamented that the ever-changing Bowie abandoned that phase of his development fairly quickly, some of these songs are the kind of thing that can give you a quick fix of more of the same, though Tow isn't as far-reaching (or pretentious) in his scope. If you also lament the lost art of writing decent melodic mid-tempo songs that use keyboards as well as guitars, it's recommended as well, sometimes specifically recalling John Lennon's knack for doing such material in the '70s.

Biografia

Formado em: Sydney, Australia

Gênero: Alternativo

Anos em atividade: '00s

Drawing inspiration from late-'60s psychedelia and mid-'90s pop underground acts like Matthew Sweet, Australia's Lovetones formed in the early 2000s with Matthew J. Tow, Matthew Sigley, Serge Luca, and Chris Cobb. Having generated a considerable buzz with their 2002 Bomp debut, Be What You Want, the band went on to tour and eventually collaborate with the Brian Jonestown Massacre. After three jam-packed years of touring, during which time the band managed to release the Stars...
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