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5.0 out of 5 stars
Look what you've gone and started., 23 Oct 2012
A collection of a great songs, and well collected they are. The record has variety you'll be hard pressed to find anywhere else. Matt Sellors's vocals are not dissimilar to Caleb Followill's, and you'll hear him use it every which way he can, stretching it to a slow croon or bellowing triumphantly.
If you want to dance, close your eyes and try tracks 3 or 9. Both a wonderful journey led by some gloriously infectious horns, that just keep you bopping as the rhythm and vocals bounce around all over the place.
You'll be singing along after a minute in, and don't look back!
I could listen to My My for hours on end, on repeat. It's gentle, subtle start is almost haunting in its beauty. Sellors's wavering vocals have never sounded so perfect, so wonderfully tortured.
The album cascades slow, fast and everywhere in between but manages to hold itself together, somewhat lone huge, undulating 45 minute musical story.