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Ten years after “Young Folks,” the Swedish trio deliver total pop-rock splendor. Featuring collaborations with super-producers Paul Epworth (Adele), Greg Kurstin (Tegan and Sara), and Emile Haynie (Lana Del Rey), Breakin’ Point is a tireless collection of sleek melody and seamless songcraft—from the stuttering disco-funk of “Dominos” to the braided guitars of “A Long Goodbye” and the sumptuous, ABBA-esque chorus of “Do-Si-Do.”

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Great Great Great

This is a great release they keep getting better !!!!

Very good album

The best the group delivered so far. Please continue this way

Best album since writers blocl

Was underwhelmed with their last 2 efforts but this album is GREAT

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Peter Bjorn and John formed in 1999 in Stockholm, Sweden, comprising members Peter Morén on vocals, guitar, and harmonica; Björn Yttling on vocals, bass, and keyboards; and John Eriksson on drums, percussion, and vocals. Although influenced by the sounds of classic '60s baroque pop, power pop, and new wave, the band shunned the "revivalist" tag and, instead, created some of the most exciting and original indie rock of the mid-2000s. Peter Bjorn and John began playing gigs soon after forming and...
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