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Some bands take a few years to regroup for their next move; dream-pop pioneers Slowdive took 22, a return all the more bittersweet given how many bands their sound has influenced since. Combining the atmospherics of ambient music with rock ’n’ roll’s low center of gravity, Slowdive sounds as vital as anything the band recorded in the early ‘90s, whether it’s the foggy, countryish inflections of “No Longer Making Time” or the propulsive “Star Roving.”

Customer Reviews

Amazing singles, high hopes

Great to hear that Slowdive is making music again and that they haven't lost their signature sound. Sugar for the Pill sounds like it could have been recorded right after Souvlaki.

Slowdive is back!!!

An amazing comeback. This album does not disappoint. Luv Slomo.


Beautiful album! Combines the best elements of Souvlaki and Pygmalion. So happy for this band. They are finally getting the acclaim that had eluded them in the 90's. Can't wait to see them this summer.


Formed: 1989 in Reading, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

Commonly identified as shoegaze, Slowdive nonetheless exhibited a broader set of inspirations -- one that spanned four decades, including folk-rock, dub, and ambient techno -- than the majority of their '90s contemporaries. A combination of geographic origin, labelmates such as My Bloody Valentine and Ride, and a sustained predilection for dreamlike harmonies and psychedelicized layers of guitar, led to inevitable restrictive classification. The band's distinctive sound continually evolved from their...
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