This is one of the emptiest statements either Fred again.. or Brian Eno will ever make.
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A chic rom-com with the lyrical posture of Morrissey and the humour of Father John Misty.
‘Love For the Underdog’ is so cohesive and well-considered it almost has its own philosophy.
‘Licensed To Ill’ is cringeworthy, abrasive, and grotesquely enjoyable.
This is a true collective effort from a hive mind of virtuosos.
Psychedelia is always at risk of either getting lost in the abstract or enclosing itself in a single mind.
everything but the girl – fuse
EBTG’s themes of desperation and recovery peak in the more dynamic second-half.
This is a pitch-perfect, diaphragm-clearing exhale of love.
The writing hits like an inner monologue down a small-town street: heel taps, lamp-swings, and finger clicks.