- Audio CD (11 Nov. 2016)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Lucky Number
- ASIN: B01L9ODL6K
- Other Editions: Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,487 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Sleigh Bells, Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss, have announced their first new album in three years. Entitled Jessica Rabbit, the album was produced by the band and mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, Tyler, the Creator); and for the first time ever they brought someone outside of the band into the creative process, working with Mike Elizondo (Dr. Dre, Fiona Apple) to shape five of the band’s favourite tracks on the album. The result is an album that does not sound like anything Sleigh Bells has ever done - or anyone has ever done, for that matter. It is the sonic equivalent of firing synapses, with melodies zigzagging in different directions in a beautiful and ever-modulating controlled chaos. It is playful but darkly so; flirtatious but caustic; ebullient but downright sinister. It is a record that is wholly unique in sound and purpose, an unabashed and unafraid statement from a band that has made offending rote conceptions of pop music their signature and greatest strength.
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Thankfully I waited until I listened a fair few times before reviewing because it did not have the initial impact the other albums had, but after a few goes, it definitely grows. A fantastic album all in with a slightly more mature sound, but unmistakably Sleigh Bells.
If you love their other albums and their original sound then you should love this, but I recommend giving it a few goes before making your mind up.