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Boomkat Product Review:
Having so-far released a debut album back in 2002 and a follow-up EP, Death In The Garden, Blood On The Flowers sees Irving returning for a second full-length venture into their world of indie pop jauntiness. Over the past couple of years the band have been honing their craft, earning themselves support slots with the likes of Franz Ferdinand, Arcade Fire and Broken Social Scene. Further to the indie kudos that comes with rubbing shoulders with those types, this new album comes with production and engineering assistance from Phil Ek, whose credits include The Shins and Modest Mouse. Although they’re of Californian extraction, curiously, Irving’s sound sets them firmly into the sort of Britpop lineage of fellow forename-monikered bands, like Ruth or Marion. Just check out ‘Jen, Nothing Matters To Me’: only the accents detract fro the fact that this stuff is pure Camden circa 1995. Good times.