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Boomkat Product Review:
Dense, electronically-enhanced indie-rock moves from Montreal's Suuns - recorded in, and inspired by, the Quebec student riots and the attendant "climate of excitement, hope and frustration". The quartet of Ben Shemie, Max Henry, Liam O'Neill and Joseph Yarmush pursue their muse with admirable tenacity, and their open-minded approach to production makes for some interesting contrasts: throbbing, techno-style sub-bass tearing through the blissed/burned-out vocal harmonies and swampy guitar riffage of '2020', Stone Roses swagger coming up against math-rock inscrutability on 'Sunspot'. The title track is a tense, instrumental drone-scape in thrall to the second side of Bowie's Low, and dreamy closer 'Music Won't Save You''s combination of bruised romantic songcraft and gnomic, minimalist sound design sums up where this band are at.