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Boomkat Product Review:
From the ashes of Parker & Lily (who disbanded after Lily Wolfe resigned...) spring The Low Lows, and while their sound might not be a huge departure, this debut full length shows that the remaining band members still have what it takes to go it alone. Sounding something like The Tindersticks and Lush if they were recorded in the 1960s they do a good job of re-contextualising the dream pop sound without slotting into the tail end of a revival. The way they manage this is quite simple, it's obvious from listening to the songs that these musicians are no newbies to the scene, rather disillusioned scenesters who have been let down time and time again. Even Parker & Lily never achieved the commercial success to match their critical acclaim, so 'Fire on the Bright Sky' sounds like a band doing what they do, not because they are forcing it or vaguely shooting at success but because they just have to, it's in their nature. The songs are passionate and affecting without ever getting cloying or overwrought and poppy without being overtly commercial. It's these sort of albums that are all too easy to overlook, but give 'Fire on the Bright Sky' a closer inspection - you won't be disappointed.