9 Songs, 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No No No might fly by in less than 30 minutes, but each of its tiny symphonies suits the gorgeously fleeting vibe: they’re like entrancing song sketches that come to you as you're falling asleep. Zach Condon's croon is front and center as he filters a world of musical influence through these stripped-back, heart-on-sleeve songs. “Gibraltar” might be the playful pop tune that Talking Heads forgot to write, but the title track is the real gem: it’s a simple four-chord ditty whose organ riff, brass section, and catchy verses build like a campfire round.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No No No might fly by in less than 30 minutes, but each of its tiny symphonies suits the gorgeously fleeting vibe: they’re like entrancing song sketches that come to you as you're falling asleep. Zach Condon's croon is front and center as he filters a world of musical influence through these stripped-back, heart-on-sleeve songs. “Gibraltar” might be the playful pop tune that Talking Heads forgot to write, but the title track is the real gem: it’s a simple four-chord ditty whose organ riff, brass section, and catchy verses build like a campfire round.

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