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The recruitment of keyboardist and second vocalist Cathy Rogers adds a strong new dimension to Heavenly's gossamer pop sound on their full-length debut Le Jardin de Heavenly; far removed from the shambling aesthetics of their early Talulah Gosh days, tracks like the opening "Starshy" and the shimmering "Different Day" are compact and direct, and for all of their simplicity pack a real punch. A licensing deal with the U.S. indie K Records also proves remarkably fortuitous — not only does it help bring Heavenly's music to the wider audience it demands, but it also allows K honcho Calvin Johnson to lend his coffin-creak vocals to "C Is the Heavenly Option," a thoroughly charming duet with Amelia Fletcher that's the album's centerpiece. [K's reissue adds the tracks "So Little Deserve" and "I'm Not Scared of You."]

Biography

Formed: 1994

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

French progressive metal collective Heavenly formed in 1994 by lead singer Ben Sotto and drummer Max Pilo. The group signed with Noise Records in 1999 after their demo won a competition sponsored by the label's website. Their debut, Coming from the Sky, blended the epic metal sounds of bands like Helloween and Iron Maiden with the gritty attack of more mainstream acts...
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