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Boomkat Product Review:
The B.E.F. follow up their much loved 2007 debut with a majestic prog-rock/indie-tronic chapter 'Konstellation Neu'. Unlike the first record, Aid Burrows and Justin Lockey actually met face-to-face in the same room for their sophomore effort (the first was solely done over email), resulting in a grand collision of ideas and a much broader sonic palette. Synth whiz Justin tickles banks of plugged-in keys and is joined by his brother James on drums to provide ecstatic groundwork for Aid's earnest vocals. It's a case of more-is-more, as Aid explains "…If we've done our sums right, it should total more than the individual pieces". To be honest, some of their earnestness makes us wince a bit, as with the bombastic 'When All Of This Is Done', but when they do hold back, on the tense, pulsing 'Cogs and Chemicals' for example, they're comparable with Radiohead, or reminding of M83 on the beautiful 'Where You Go I Will Follow'. NME and Clash are already singing this album's praises.