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Album Review

Pilot Speed's second album, Wooden Bones, isn't a progression from their 2006 debut Into the West so much as it is a continuation. The band is still heavily indebted to U2 and Radiohead, which means they often sound quite a bit like an American Coldplay, one that lacks the pomp and circumstance that puffed up Viva la Vida. There are no orchestras for Pilot Speed, just guitars and keyboards (along with some tape effects) kicking up plenty of atmosphere, which the band undercuts with their innate politeness and small sense of scale. It all shimmers beguilingly, never flirting with darkness or pop melodies, existing entirely as clean space rock that remains ever so earthbound.

Customer Reviews


I have been waiting for new music from Pilot Speed, and i am so happy the day finally arrived! The opening track certainly meet my expectations for the album, as well as each subsequent track. This band has a lot to offer, and the variety in their songs offers something for any listener. Three albums later and they are still delivering!

Favorite tracks...

Bluff and Put the Phone Down...

They've done it again!

Just buy it, Pilot Speed releases polished tracks that you simply can't go without owning.


Formed: 2000 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Originally forming as Pilate in the early 2000s, the Toronto-based rock quartet Pilot Speed changed their name to such in mid-2006 to avoid possible lawsuits as their music spread internationally from their native Canada, especially due to the "litigious nature of the United States" (as taken from a message on the band's website). Pilate were born in 2000 after vocalist and New Zealand native Todd Clark left the music program at the University of Western Ontario where he'd been studying and placed...
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