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On Paradise, Slow Club remain a double-sided duo equally capable of heartbreaking folk ballads or brash indie pop, but their second album also shows how much they’ve grown from the Yeah, So? days. They don’t waste any time showing how much bigger and bolder they sound: the audacious opening track “Two Cousins” pairs Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor's twinned vocals with bright keyboards, adding a cheery tinge to plaintive concerns like “where your heart goes when you die.” They follow that with “If We’re Still Alive,” which is all call-and-response vocals and crashing rhythms that are anything but slow. Indeed, the duo’s pop side really takes flight on Paradise, whether it’s the stomping “Beginners” or the full-on joyous “The Dog,” which boasts staccato guitars that recall the Walkmen at their boldest. Yet Watson and Taylor keep everything that made Yeah, So? such a special debut. “Hackney Marsh” reaffirms how impressive the pair’s harmonies are — they’re complementary lead parts instead of a main and backing vocal — with the intimacy of a live recording. Meanwhile, Watson gets close enough to break your heart on the cozy “Horses Jumping,” which moves from a simple acoustic ballad into something more expansive as he sings “good love is hard to regret/when you know it was real.” Though Slow Club can make rainy day music with the best of them, there’s always a silver lining to their songs, no matter how sad they get. A strangely reverent feel permeates the album, particularly the beautiful meditation on grief “Where I’m Waking” and the hidden title track, which feels like a more genuine version of Cults. Polished yet heartfelt, Paradise finds Slow Club shoring up their strengths and exploring new territory with equal confidence.


Gevormd: 2006 op Sheffield, England

Genre: Alternatief

Jaren actief: '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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