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Bettie Serveert's classic 1992 debut Palomine was ultimately a bit too perfect — the band effectively left themselves no margin for error, and subsequent efforts had nowhere to go but down, each record doomed to suffer by comparison. Private Suit, Bettie Serveert's fourth studio outing, is a considerable return to form in the sense that so many years later, both artist and listener alike finally understand that what's past is past — when Carol van Dijk wails "So don't worry about me/'cause you can't please everyone" on the disc's bewitching title track, it's clear that the group is finally back to making music solely on their own terms; and ironically enough, Private Suit comes closer to recapturing the brilliance of Palomine than any other Bettie Serveert record, by implicitly acknowledging that a return to former glories is an unreachable ideal. Credit much of the album's dusky allure to the atmospheric production of John Parish, which lends a shadowy beauty, revealing new layers of subtlety lurking underneath the band's ragged guitar-pop approach; the focal point is still van Dijk's searing vocals, which harness the extremes of both pride and desperation to devastating effect. Welcome back.


Se formó en: 1990 en Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although they didn't cross over into the mainstream the way some of their peers did, Holland's Bettie Serveert became significant college radio stars during the '90s with their jangly, sweetly melodic, at times surprisingly muscular guitar pop. The band's sound was familiar, even archetypal, yet with its own distinct flavor that suggested any number of reference points and made exact comparisons elusive. Much of Bettie Serveert's reputation rested on their 1992 debut, Palomine, and even though critical...
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