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Having bought their singles such as 'trains to Brazil' and 'We're here', I've been eagerly anticipating this album. So as soon as it was released I bought it straight away. It's a beautiful. I can't stop listening to it. 'If the world ends' is so dreamy and juicy that I'm still humming it now. The mish mash of unusual instruments makes every listen different, each time I play a track I notice something new. And it's very rare that I instantly fall in love with an album, but this is one of those rarities. Guillemots, I love you!!!!!


Have only just heard this band today (13/7/06) at the Fopp store in Bath and have to say that they are the most exciting band i have heard in ages! Anyone who is thinking of buying this album...just do it, you will not regret it! Just need to point out that the album here doesn't include the outstanding track "Sao Paulo", sort it out iTunes!!!

First album, Wow good!

Sao Paulo.. This track is more than simply just another wow moment for this album; it rolls and tumbles through as if wildly differing members of the same Siamese twin in a song. Perfectly merging an orchestral example of eccentric strings and arrangements with latterly that of profound and rather deep lyrics. All in a sense of amalgamation and mixing normally found within dance album, but with further depth and meaning not normally felt in this genre. As for the rest of the album, fantastic! Brilliantly, from the poptastic ‘Trains to Brazil’ to the stark and utterly beautiful in all innocence ‘Blue would still be blue’


Formed: 2004 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The multinational Guillemots, comprised of English singer and classically trained pianist Fyfe Dangerfield, Brazilian guitarist MC Lord Magrao, Scottish percussionist Greig Stewart (aka Rican Caol), and Canadian double bassist Aristazabal Hawkes, use their eclectic influences and personal styles to create a catchy pop sound and an energetic live show that have won them many fans in their British home base. In 2005, they opened for Rufus Wainwright during his U.K. tour and released the EP I Saw Such...
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