10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Melbourne quartet's debut album pulses with the Britpop cool of Coldplay on songs like “Love Lost,” a mini-epic of an opener where guitars rhythmically throb to approximate heart palpations — though here Mandagi’s versatile voice bends up, as he croons soulfully similar to Mick Hucknall of Simply Red. And the darker, starker hues of “Fools” seem to come from a place inspired by the melodic complexities of Radiohead’s better moments on In Rainbows.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Melbourne quartet's debut album pulses with the Britpop cool of Coldplay on songs like “Love Lost,” a mini-epic of an opener where guitars rhythmically throb to approximate heart palpations — though here Mandagi’s versatile voice bends up, as he croons soulfully similar to Mick Hucknall of Simply Red. And the darker, starker hues of “Fools” seem to come from a place inspired by the melodic complexities of Radiohead’s better moments on In Rainbows.

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