19 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The long-running English indie-pop trio Saint Etienne have always had a healthy dollop of nostalgia—and with their ninth album, they've crafted a sonic love letter to the UK suburbs where they grew up. Though the album centers around a longing to return to the simplicity of childhood (such as on the orchestral Northern Soul of "Something New"), there are plenty of lively and upbeat moments too, such as the deep disco of "Dive" and the New Wave bounce of "Magpie Eyes."

EDITORS’ NOTES

The long-running English indie-pop trio Saint Etienne have always had a healthy dollop of nostalgia—and with their ninth album, they've crafted a sonic love letter to the UK suburbs where they grew up. Though the album centers around a longing to return to the simplicity of childhood (such as on the orchestral Northern Soul of "Something New"), there are plenty of lively and upbeat moments too, such as the deep disco of "Dive" and the New Wave bounce of "Magpie Eyes."

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