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Boomkat Product Review:
As with the previous release we've had in by Halves (their eponymous debut EP), the packaging of Haunt Me When I'm Drowsy is incredibly lavish. In fact, you might say: these post-rockers don't do things by Halves... Wow. That's an all-time low, huh? Across these seven tracks the band do a splendid job of avoiding the formulaic tendencies of the post-rock fraternity, instead exhibiting sufficient diversity and skill to avoid being yet another quiet/loud Mogwai knock off.. You simply can't avoid certain references, however: right down to the vocals, there are clear cut Sigur Ros approximations on tracks like 'In The Sorrows, In The Fire' or 'May Your Enemies Never Find Happiness'. You can make out further Scandinavian influence in the Efterklang-style microbeats and orchestration of 'Amberscene' or the Mùm-isms of 'Medals, but fortunately Halves write and perform well enough to carry off such ambitious music with great aplomb. Genre fans won't want to miss out on this one - Lovely.