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Present Tense

Wild Beasts

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Doesn't disappoint

Been eagerly awaiting this release after hearing Wanderlust. Still unmistakably WB but a bit less floaty and ethereal then Smother, lots of interesting synths that swell to epic crescendos. Only listened through 3 times so far but Mecca and Sweet Spot are my faves so far. Like all their previous releases it will take many listens to fully appreciate I'm sure.

Floaty

This album makes me feel better than my ex boyfriend did!

Andic

I was looking forward to this but sadly only 1 good record on here. Wanderlust. The rest is bland and very boring. I saw them
Live last month - awesome. But this is just bland , bland and bland. But I suppose hard to reach the heights of Smother.

Biography

Formed: Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

England's Wild Beasts were founded as a duo in 2002 by Hayden Thorpe (guitar, vocals) and Ben Little (guitar). Originally called Fauve, the group was joined by drummer Chris Talbot in 2004 and changed its name to Wild Beasts. After recording a self-titled EP, Tom Flemming was recruited as Wild Beasts' bassist and the band relocated to Leeds, where its energetic sound and Thorpe's theatrical falsetto earned the group a dedicated local following. Wild Beasts released a number of singles on Bad Sneakers...
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