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Paradise is a fantastic step in Slow Club's evolution, delivering songs that resonate with thunderous rhythms, dirty guitar, and a sprinkling of harp and keyboards, which are neatly coiled between echoing, empty-room numbers that simmer with heartache. The English duo pumps up its folky tendencies with grand choruses (Rebecca Taylor’s voice is a sly and powerful instrument) and thick layers of reverb and dissonance, while imbuing its quieter side with impressive depth and sophistication. “Two Cousins” is a gorgeous, waltzing song that blooms like a flower bud on time-lapse film, all riotous color and youthful dewiness. Besides pop gems that shine with both dark and bright brilliance (“Beginners”, “If We’re Still Alive”), the boisterous track “The Dog” delivers real surprise, with Charles Watson’s barbed guitar fluttering against a distorted background wash, his warbling voice lifted to new heights as it races in urgent harmony with Taylor’s. She carries most of the vocal duties this time around. On a handful of songs—like the beautifully gloomy “You Earth or Ash” and the bluesy “Never Looks Back”—she has all the maturity and mystique of Everything but the Girl's Tracey Thorn.

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Next big thing.

Amazing album. Blunt I know.

Epic song!

Two cousions


Formed: 2006 in Sheffield, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although hailed as "the next White Stripes" upon the release of their debut album, Slow Club folded elements of folk, twee, and ‘60s pop into their music, creating a sound that was far brighter and less raucous than the Stripes’ garage rock. Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor formed the duo in 2006, following the dissolution of the Sheffield-based band Lonely Hearts. With Charles handling guitar duties and Rebecca manning the drums, Slow Club began playing regional venues alongside groups like Tiny...
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