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Boomkat Product Review:
This Nottingham sextet used to be signed to Matador, but were apparently dropped by the label when their attempts to make a double album stretched resources too far. Having pared things down a tad, managing to edit themselves down to a single disc, they’ve finally released their second long player. Whether consciously or otherwise, Seachange tap into last year’s zeitgeist nicely on ‘Youth and Art’, in which they sound a bit like Interpol. ‘Annie, Tacoma’ on the other hand is a bit like Sonic youth at their poppiest but with the rough edges smoothed over. The hazy nostalgia of ‘Midsummer Fires’ is a high point though, all swirling violin lines and general wistfulness. This album has already garnered praised through its release in Europe via Glitterhouse and the band will be hoping for a similar reaction in their home territory on their own A Is For Artist label, but if they’re looking to stand out from the UK’s crowded indie rock scene, you can’t help but feel there’s something missing from their sound.