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Boomkat Product Review:
Whilst 'How Strange, Innocence' was all primed to be the debut release from Explosions In The Sky, due to one thing and another it was shuffled out as a gig-only CDR then subsequently overshadowed by the "more accomplished" 'Those Who Tell The Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell The Truth Will Live Forever'. In a move to infuriate eBay monkeys the world over, they are now giving 'How Strange, Innocence' a proper release and with its mayfly-like two day recording window acts as a rude reminder to the various time sponges out there what you can achieve in a such a short period. Probably best filed under 'post-rock', Explosions In The Sky primarily inhabit the less aggressive end of the genre spectrum, preferring to sprinkle the thick instrumentation with glorious patches of sun-blushed effulgence that resolve to create a fresh and deliciously melancholic sound. With particular highlights including 'Snow and Lights' (a song that reminded me of the good side of Christmas), the epic 'Time Stops' and the finely wrought guitars of 'Remember Me As A Time Of Day', Explosions In The Sky prove that what they deem 'unaccomplished' skins most of the competition alive. Bang!