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Editors’ Notes

The youthful Minnesota trio Now, Now makes pop music that belies its members' ages: one might expect the elfin Cacie Dalager (vocals, guitar, keyboard) and Jess Abbott (guitar, vocals) to trill like songbirds, or maybe squeak like Tegan and Sara, only to be buoyed by Bradley Hale's sturdy drumming. But one would be wrong. The band shows a real knack for clever constructs and unexpected turns: songs that could go twee instead go deep, with swooping bass lines and sustained, crusty keyboard notes (“Oh. Hi.”). The dance beats resist the type of ‘80s sheen that's currently fashionable, instead meshing a New Order backbone with dark organ and prickly, static-charged guitars (“Thread”). Atmospheric tunes like “The Pull” and “Prehistoric” waft in the wind, their hazy guitars and ambient Mellotron drifting into slowly evaporating contrails. There’s a wonderfully spooky vibe on “Colony” (is that a banjo?), a sweeping melancholy on “But I Do,” and playful, deadpan chirruping on “Dead Oaks.” Threads weaves an enormously impressive, sophisticated sonic palette, one slightly haunted and decidedly introspective. It's a real treasure.

Customer Reviews


Really, this is extremely amazing.
Now, Now I love you.

Just buy this.


this album is worth every penny, I can't believe this band is being slept on

Quality at it's best!

I have this album on vinyl. it makes it much more perfect when I can here the cracks and pops coming out the speakers from needle on my record player. oh yes!

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