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Fans of British quartet Bloc Party have been wondering if the band would put aside solo ventures and side projects in favor of a full-blown reunion. Four answers this question loudly in the affirmative with a vigorous album that pick up where 2008’s Intimacy left off. As before, Bloc Party owes much to the abrasive likes of Gang of Four, Sonic Youth and similar ‘80s-era groups. It also displays a savvy pop sensibility that imbeds hooks deep within its snarling riffage and jackhammer grooves. Singer Kele Okereke shape-shifts his way through these tracks, turning into a punk agitator in “So He Begins to Lie,” a teasing soul man in “3x3” and a suave balladeer in “Truth.” The music here is equally diverse, veering from the spiky pop of “Octopus” to the visceral blues of “Coliseum” and the mauling at-rock of “We Are Not Good People.” Guitarist Russell Lissack especially does yeoman service, unleashing ferociously gargled notes in “Kettling” and nerve-jangling strums on “Team A.” Bloc Party throws sharp elbows at every opportunity, yet never slips into gratuitous noise.

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Love It!!!!

This Album is AMAZING! Well composed!


Wow!! Four is so amazing!! I LOVE IT!! I haven't stopped listening to the entire album ..Day Four is a beautiful song..

Good to have them back

I have followed Bloc party and Kele from the first album, I adore "Day Four" and "Truth" they remind me why I feel in love with this band, but a few of the tracks on this album leave me cold, when it seems they are trying to be a metal act, I much prefer most of Kele's solo work over tracks s like 3x3, Coliseum, or We are not good people, but its great to have them back, Thanks for the music, oh and lunch if ya still remember ;)


Formed: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Equally inspired by Sonic Youth, Joy Division, Gang of Four, and the Cure, East London art punkers Bloc Party mix angular sonics with pop structures. Consisting of singer/guitarist Kele Okereke, guitarist Russell Lissack, bassist/singer Gordon Moakes, and drummer Matt Tong, the band was formerly known as Angel Range and Union before settling on Bloc Party. Okereke and Lissack met each other through mutual friends at the Reading Festival, and discovered that they had musical tastes as well as friends...
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