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Album Review

Montreal-based post-punk quartet Ought had an extremely productive, prosperous 2014, releasing one of the most acclaimed debut albums of the year (More Than Any Other Day) in addition to a well-received EP (Once More with Feeling...), as well as spending much of the year on tour. The group spent the winter months of 2015 working on new material, returning to Montreal's Hotel2Tango studio with engineer Radwan Ghazi Moumneh during the spring to record its follow-up album. The result is a tight, focused set of songs that trim some of the sprawling tendencies of Ought's previous recordings, with brief songs such as "The Combo" and "Celebration" feeling more punchy and immediate than before, while still allowing for longer epics like "Beautiful Blue Sky."

Customer Reviews

Great new song!

My favorite new band for sure. This song is awesome and I can’t wait to hear the new full album. Do yourself a favor and listen to their first LP and EP which both came out last year. Saw them live too, can’t describe how amazing they were. Enjoy!

get it

another brilliant release. If you love the fall, talking heads, early pavement, get it. this is a band struggling with the catastrophe of the world

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Montreal quartet Ought began in 2011, taking heavy cues from their city's thriving scene of underground politics, loft parties, and D.I.Y. culture. Formed by singer/guitarist Tim Darcy (known as Tim Beeler until taking his mother's maiden name in 2015), bassist Ben Stidworthy, keyboardist Matt May, and drummer/violinist Tim Keen, the band melded unlikely influences from both high-energy mid-'90s emo bands and airy, early college rock acts like the Feelies and Talking Heads. The bandmembers all lived...
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