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Boomkat Product Review:
**Superb, subtly realised side of ghostly fifties/sixties hypno-pop with a real Lynchian charm. A must check for fans of Dirty Beaches or Tropic Of Cancer** "At Breath's End is the debut album from Die Jungen, a project that Klaus Von Barrel maintains alongside to The KVB. This is the soundtrack that David Lynch would have ordered from Phil Spector is Twin Peaks had been filmed by the beach and even the despondency could not be filmed without charm. It is therefore hypnotic retro pop, echoing the fifties and sixties, lo-fi vibrating mainly from the differences that we find between Dirty Beaches and Tashaki Miyaki. The lyrics of each song are extremely emotional, fitting perfectly with the soundscape created - cinematographic, but absolutely personal."