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Boomkat Product Review:
Joan of Arc have been around since 1995 now and after a bunch of successful albums on the very lovely Jade Tree label they've now released two at once, on two different labels. This record takes a notably more stripped down outlook than the band are known for, with it's roots in deep Americana and folk. In fact many of the tracks sound like Americana as heard through the ears of Tortoise, with the tricky instrumentation laying waste to the folkier ideas. However we never go totally into math-rock territory, as the tracks have a vocal led pop sensibility to keep you humming along without feeling too alienated by the experimentation. It all works very nicely and the band really have managed to put quite a unique spin on music which is rather over-done at the moment. Windswept but personal 'Eventually, All at Once' is a slow moving beauty of an album.