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The Brooklyn noise-pop duo diversify but don’t slow down.

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Don't like the new direction

I miss the old Sleigh Bells. This new album is Pink meets Evanescence and I thought I left them behind in 2003.


Quite a few fans have expressed their anxiety over what direction this duo has planned to take in their new Jessica Rabbit era. I shared this sentiment– I was worried they would officially sink their bodies in the "mainstream", following Bitter Rivals. I was so nervous, because I think all fans of Sleigh Bells are aware of the intense talent and magic they possess in creating music of this type. No one wants to see them stuck in bubblegum pop.
Behold, Jessica Rabbit– this album is SUPREME. You can sense the blood, sweat and tears they procured in developing this album. With much grace, Sleigh Bells took this musical effort very seriously, and ultimately avoided the polluted mainstream musical current that we are all inundated with. In particular, they really sharpened Alexis' vocals on this one, her skill is so clearly visible now. To me, this album combines the intensity of Treats and the artistry of Reign of Terror.
As a long-time fans of's a pleasure to have been gifted such stellar music! Peace out


I will not be purchasing anything from this album, but doesn't mean I'm saying this is a bad album. The tunes are so eccentric, and unique, the things i love listening to, but the voice is just not compelling to me.

The song "Rule Number One" is seriously intense, I've never heard a female voice put in to such a hard hard hard rock song before, great song, just not for me.


Formed: 2008 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining sugary hooks with a loud, rhythmic crunch, Sleigh Bells' experimental pop is the project of songwriter/producer Derek Miller and vocalist Alexis Krauss. The musicians formed the group in New York in 2008, where Miller (a Florida native and onetime member of hardcore act Poison the Well) had relocated in the hopes of starting a new group. He found his ideal partner in Krauss, a former vocalist for the teenaged girl group Rubyblue, and the two began creating a batch of demos. The duo signed...
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