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Album Review

Seattle's Math and Physics Club continue their romance with Sarah Records-era indie pop and, well, romance itself on the Baby I'm Yours EP, released on Matinee in 2007. This little disc provides a sneak peek of the band's third full-length, and from the sound of things it seems like they're continuing in the vein of their self-titled 2006 long-player. This is easygoing twee pop at its least angsty and most in love; Charles Bert's vocals are still delightfully, if not eerily, smooth and Morrissey-like, and the songs themselves still draw from the heart-felt simplicity of bands like the Field Mice and the Orchids. The main event here is the EP's title track, an easy, breezy pop song that finds the band returning to the tried-and-true pop territory reminiscent of singles from past releases, particularly "April Showers," "Darling, Please Come Home," and "Movie Ending Romance." There are a couple of small surprises to be found on this disc, though; "In This Together" has a pleasant Free Design feel, and "Do You Keep a Diary" dips into electro-pop territory. It's these little deviations from the norm that make Baby I'm Yours a worthwhile addition to any Math and Physics Club fan's collection.


Formed: Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Math and Physics Club are a twee pop group that formed in Seattle in 2004, when guitarist James Werle and vocalist Charles Bert, who had been collaborating on various recordings up until that point, started working with drummer Kevin Emerson, violinist Saundrah Humphrey, and bassist Ethan Jones. Sounding something like a cross between the Smiths, the Field Mice, and Belle & Sebastian (in other words, extremely twee), the Math and Physics Club were snapped up by Matinée by the end of the year....
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