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Boomkat Product Review:
Having already copped an earful of the excellent 'Brother' 7", this album comes with a certain amount of anticipation - this disconcertingly young North Carolina-based band have a distinct knack for bringing together anthemic pop stylings with a freakish avant-garde approach which is perhaps best compared to the Animal Collective school of pop weirdness. Songs like 'Bleary Eyed' show a maturity and sophistication far beyond the band members' years (none of them are older than 22), and it's not just the writing that sounds impressive either, the fancy, high-end electronic programming on 'Ida My' is a real treat too. Significantly, the band is able to switch between these sorts of techniques into the plaintive piano ballad, 'Father' without anything sounding incongruous. If anything, the album suffers from being too keen to impress all these ideas upon you and consequently, by today's standards, Be He Me is uncommonly long clocking in at around an hour in length, that said if you've got that sort of time to kill, Annuals have offered up a veritable feast of sound.