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Album Review

The fourth album from the lovable misfits in Billie the Vision & the Dancers doesn't offer any significant changes from the three that came before it; it's just another easily enjoyable batch of sweet, playful, sincere ramshackle twee pop. There are still plenty of love-lorn lyrics centered around the fictitious everypeople Lily and Pablo, though Lars Lindquist also pens some particularly personal narratives, recounting his childhood move from Denmark to Sweden in "Stuttering Duckling," tenderly delving into candid sexual realism in "You're Not Giving Up on Me," and detailing an eye-opening, guilt-ridden experience in London's queer nightclub scene in the poignant "Swedish Sin." Other highlights include the bright, sunny pop of opener "Lily from the Middleway Street," the shuffle-ska "Groovy," a guest vocal from Annika Norlin (of Hello Saferide) on "I Belong to You," and a surprisingly effectiveGuns N' Roses interpolation on the break-up ballad "Liar and a Thief." ~ K. Ross Hoffman, Rovi


Formed: 2004 in Malmö, Sweden

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Mälmo's Billie the Vision & the Dancers are a seven-member ensemble who play tuneful, chipper, folksy pop music with idiosyncratic, sometimes mawkishly sentimental lyrics. (Sweden has a seemingly endless supply of such groups, though most of them have a little more restraint when it comes to choosing band names.) The multi-racial, multi-gender collective revolves around a singer and songwriter named Lars Lindquist (not Billie, though he is unmistakably a vision: a statuesque transvestite with blue...
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 04 June 2008

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