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Album Review

Zeus, a 43-minute EP, finds the always distant yet surprisingly affecting British Sea Power expanding on the lush vistas of 2008’s Do You like Rock Music? The title track, a typically meandering and energetic seven-minute epic that manages to work English celebrity chef Rick Stein and ex-Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev into its first 50 seconds, offers a glimpse into what direction BSP’s next project might head. The simple answer would be true north, as that’s the cardinal point that the Cumbria, England-based outfit has had dialed in since its 2003 debut, but there’s a ray of sunlight peeking through the clouds, casting an alien warmth over the icy plateaus and abandoned whaling stations below. Zeus' two strongest tracks, the aforementioned title cut and the gorgeous midtempo “Cleaning Out the Rooms," may feel vintage, but it’s the sloppy lo-fi punk rock joy of “Can We Do It?” and the Gary Glitter-backbeat/ridiculous vocoder assault that is “kW-h” that provide the collection's most surprising revelation: that British Sea Power have a sense of humor.

Customer Reviews

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This should really have the 9-minute song Retreat, although whether that's a bad thing or not... The best songs are definitely on it already.


Formed: 2000 in Natland, Cumbria, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A sextet from Natland, Cumbria, England, British Sea Power are a rather conceptual indie band -- compared more than once to Joy Division and the Cure -- whose music incorporates elements of art rock and post-rock experimentalism. The group was formed in 2000 by brothers Yan Scott Wilkinson (vocals and guitar) and Neil Hamilton Wilkinson (vocals, guitar, and bass), who teamed up with a longtime friend, drummer Matthew Wood. When Yan enrolled at the University of Reading, he met like-minded musician...
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