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Infinite Arms

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Albumrecension

Featuring a new lineup, a rather loose definition of Americana, and funding from a major label, Band of Horses' third album is a game changer. What began as a partnership between Ben Bridwell and Mat Brooke has since blossomed into a five-piece band, with Bridwell serving as the only link between the group's 2006 debut, Everything All the Time, and the present. It's only natural, then, that Infinite Arms sounds wholly different from the albums that came before it, both of which mixed guitar-driven rock with dusty, jangled folk. There's still plenty of folk to be found here, and Band of Horses bang their way through "Compliments" as a concession to their rock fans. Infinite Arms is a borderline pop album, though, dressed up in flannel and facial hair to disguise the fact that these melodies are, with few exceptions, the sweetest of the group's career. There are harmonies galore, including thick, Sacred Harp-type triads that beef up Bridwell's vocals while drawing parallels to Fleet Foxes and the Beach Boys. At times, it's hard to separate Band of Horses from their influences; "Blue Beard," although downright gorgeous, cops its verse from Smile-era Brian Wilson and its bridge from the Starland Vocal Band, and "Older" sounds like the country-rock single Gram Parsons never wrote. But the album's willingness to sample from so many different genres — roots, soft rock, alt.country, power pop, indie folk — makes it sound like nothing else in 2010, and Band of Horses connect the dots by layering everything with canyon-worthy reverb and cinematic guitars. For those who let it sink in, Infinite Arms could be a contender for the year's best summer album, not to mention the band's most cohesive record to date.

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disappointed = (

WHAT happened, they sound so generic, two awesome cd's and now this!? =(

im kind of disappointed with this album, there is not a single track that jumps out and grabs me.
not even close to being as good as cease to begin.

a band

if you're familiar with & really into 80's FM sounds like The Eagles, Jackson Browne etc this might appeal to you. If however you're into 'Band of Horses' before all the members left and new ones made a new 'Band of Horses' with the only remaining group member, the vocalist, then this has to disappoint. It's 'B of H' as lounge music. Try Elliot Brood instead.

Fantastisk

Älskar skivan. Den är nog den bästa BoH skivan som helhet, då det inte är en enda låt jag ogillar på den. Den är betydligt bättre än Cease to Begin enligt mig, och är definitivt lika bra som Everything All the Time. En av mina absoluta favoritskivor.

Biografi

Bildades: 2004 i Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternativt

Aktiva år: '00s, '10s

Emerging in 2004 with a blend of woodsy midtempo rock and reverb-laden vocals, Band of Horses gained an audience in their native Northwest before Everything All the Time made them indie rock darlings. Multi-instrumentalists Ben Bridwell and Mat Brooke founded the group after an eight-year run with Carissa's Wierd, and an early concert alongside future labelmates Iron & Wine caught the attention of Sub Pop Records. Sub Pop signed Band of Horses in 2005 and reissued their self-released EP later...
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