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The band have a style that's quite hard to define... personally I would liken them to the likes of London Grammar and The XX.
It's an album where tracks smoulder with a gradually building rhythm and the dreamy lead vocals of Orlando Leopard and Ella Gerardot take the listener on a journey of absorbing dynamic melodies.
In terms of the sound as others have said they are somewhat hard to define which is the appeal. I see the comparison others have made to London Grammar but musically the sound is I think less melancholic. Be careful if listening to the first 30Sec of each track as many of the songs change in tempo. I recommend checking them out on Youtube.
looking forward to the next album already!
The band decided to follow what is becoming somewhat of a well-trodden path in terms of album promotion - no promotion at all. After their mentions in the national music media, they retreated into their own studio and slowly put together what would become Working Out. A lot of what they do seems meticulously planned, from ‘Arthur Beatrice’ reflecting the male/female vocals, to the name of the album, Working Out, seemingly a telling nod to the band honing, fine-tuning and discovering their own sound over those three to four years. That's certainly something that they've managed to do. While their brand of sleek, sophisticated pop recalls contemporaries such as The xx and Wild Beasts, Working Out is far from a rehash of old ideas.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arthur Beatrice are fantastic- Calm, but not slow, and dark in places, but never depressing. It's mesmerisingly excellent- "Late", "Midland" and "More... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is one of the best albums i have heard this year - also went to see them live at the Brighton Festival and not only were there queues around the block, but they were... Read morePublished on 15 July 2014 by Catsoxcat
The smoky and smooth sounds that run through this album are mesmerising and you could accept this from a third or fourth album but this is Arthur Beatrice’s debut album and this is... Read morePublished on 1 April 2014 by Giles Kidd-May