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  • Vinyl (21 July 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Secretly Canadian
  • ASIN: B00JB0A3O8
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,534 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Unbroken Sequence
2. Conversations
3. To the End
4. Darkest Place
5. In Stillness We Remain
6. Our Love Has No Rhythm
7. Her Ghost
8. Two Sides of You
9. Devotion
10. Reflections
11. Day That Needs Defending

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By R.Cooper on 1 Aug. 2014
So here we go track by track for this Cumbrian outfit's debut.
'Unbroken Sequence' a chugging compelling synth rhythm as gentle vocals soothes the heart & is a fine start "would it be better for you".
'Conversations' continues majestically "but we won't share with anyone else"....really quite beautiful.
'To The End' a great vibe via Fiona's mellow fresh voice "take everything you know & go with me to the end" really pretty electronica chill sounds containing a delicate control & a lovely feel on what are seemingly quite simple ideas.
'Darkest Place' gentle electro percussion dominated & more brilliance "Wherever I look, you’re always there, I close my eyes and it seems the worst" & love the way that it stops & then strides on into the brilliant instrumental fadeout.
'In Stillness We Remain' fine delicate guitar riffing which fits into this swirling ethereal gentleness "take me I will follow".
'Love Has No Rhythm' the brilliant idea of marrying Sade with Daughter to a chill groove with lyrics & beats juxtaposed nicely to a gorgeous velvet vocal with an added falsetto = perfection.
'Her Ghost' supreme beauty "i've got nothing to say to her ghost hoping she'll fade away" via heart-warming vocals - a soundscape of soft electronic textures & a demonstration of power through restraint.
'Two Sides Of You' original guitar sounds & is achingly subtle & breathtakingly beautiful.
'Devotion' seems like a fast start then plunges into a gentle guitar dominated picking delight & is one of the strongest numbers here "when the day gets demanding & it feels like I'm drowning"...certainly in the land of the pretty & extraordinary.
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I loved this album, I'd been waiting for it to come out ever since I bought their single and it didn't disappoint.
The vinyl is good quality heavy weight and I liked the simple cover art enough to stick it in a frame along side some of my other record covers.

Not as good as seeing them live but when is a record ever as good as the real thing! :)
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beautiful brilliance 1 Aug. 2014
By R.Cooper - Published on Amazon.com
So here we go track by track for this Cumbrian outfit's debut.
'Unbroken Sequence' a chugging compelling synth rhythm as gentle vocals soothes the heart & is a fine start "would it be better for you".
'Conversations' continues majestically "but we won't share with anyone else"....really quite beautiful.
'To The End' a great vibe via Fiona's mellow fresh voice "take everything you know & go with me to the end" really pretty electronica chill sounds containing a delicate control & a lovely feel on what are seemingly quite simple ideas.
'Darkest Place' gentle electro percussion dominated & more brilliance "Wherever I look, you’re always there, I close my eyes and it seems the worst" & love the way that it stops & then strides on into the brilliant instrumental fadeout.
'In Stillness We Remain' fine delicate guitar riffing which fits into this swirling ethereal gentleness "take me I will follow".
'Love Has No Rhythm' the brilliant idea of marrying Sade with Daughter to a chill groove with lyrics & beats juxtaposed nicely to a gorgeous velvet vocal with an added falsetto = perfection.
'Her Ghost' supreme beauty "i've got nothing to say to her ghost hoping she'll fade away" via heart-warming vocals - a soundscape of soft electronic textures & a demonstration of power through restraint.
'Two Sides Of You' original guitar sounds & is achingly subtle & breathtakingly beautiful.
'Devotion' seems like a fast start then plunges into a gentle guitar dominated picking delight & is one of the strongest numbers here "when the day gets demanding & it feels like I'm drowning"...certainly in the land of the pretty & extraordinary.
'Reflections' some Beach House influences & minimalism that springs into life via perfect keyboard patterns "staring into the stillness".
'The Day That Needs Defending' synth patterns that reminds of Chvrches...epic with a rousing repetitive refrain.
Sure it is dreamy melodic indie pop but here they demonstrate that they have carved out their own niche in this domain with not a dud track in sight. Reviews have been fairly lukewarm (Mojo 2/5 Uncut 7/10 though NME did give 8/10) but forget these because this is beautiful brilliance. [LP is lovely white vinyl with enigmatic cover art & an mp3 download]
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