An ode to the concept album with notions of dying and ghosts this is a most unusual record which draws you in with it's overwhelming sense of charisma.
'Who will cut our hair when we're gone?' is the kind of record that you'd buy because of it's cool artwork and odd name and it certainly doesn't let you down on first listen. If you like your music lo-fi with a huge dollop of originality then The Unicorns are very much for you. It's got all the pop sensibilities you'd need with an eclectic edge that makes you want to leap around your bedroom in your underwear. Not only this but their lyrics make for hours of amusement, what with the self referential 'i was born a unicorn' or the the outro to the adorable 'child star'.
Indeed, this album has everything. It's catchy, yet incorporates unusual bleeps and clatters coming at you from every which way. There's a heartwarming sense of true love that's gone into the album in it's entirety, you'd simply be mad to pass it up.