14 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Skittering indie puzzleboxes from the new crown princes of cerebral rock. That’s the thrust of what’s so appealing about the debut album from university friends Joe Newman, Thom Green, Gwil Sainsbury and Gus Unger-Hamilton. “Tessellate” lures you in with sultry piano and languid electronica, "Something Good" snakes along on marching drums and "Breezeblocks" brings us the typically esoteric proposition of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are reinvented as a shimmering pop jewel. A heady brew of book smarts and seductive beats.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Skittering indie puzzleboxes from the new crown princes of cerebral rock. That’s the thrust of what’s so appealing about the debut album from university friends Joe Newman, Thom Green, Gwil Sainsbury and Gus Unger-Hamilton. “Tessellate” lures you in with sultry piano and languid electronica, "Something Good" snakes along on marching drums and "Breezeblocks" brings us the typically esoteric proposition of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are reinvented as a shimmering pop jewel. A heady brew of book smarts and seductive beats.

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