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Boomkat Product Review:
How good is this? Now here's a band who are doing alright. Not only have they been collaborating with Massive Attack and opening for Nine Inch Nails on tour, they've only gone and got David Bowie on backing vocals. Last seen endorsing Arcade Fire, Bowie lends his unmistakeable vocal chords to 'Province', a song that sounds not unlike something he could have penned himself in recent years, were it not for the Andre3000-style falsetto and eruptive wall of distorted guitars in the chorus. It's pretty awesome stuff. Like much of the album, it's very hard to categorize and seems to get more and more ingrained in your head with every repeated listen. 'Blues From Down Here', for instance, is such a mix of styles - like a collaboration between the aforementioned Arcade Fire and Outkast, with an added horn section. Forthcoming single, 'Wolf Like Me' takes on the sort of blistering power-pop Bloc Party would come out with if they weren't so damned jerky. There's an element of Brian Wilson in 'A Method', both melodically and in terms of arrangement. Minimal percussive and instrumental accompaniment frames a harmonised vocal straight off the Pet Sounds cutting room floor. On 'Tonight' there's a reprise of the Beach Boys influence, this time with added electronics and the sort of monumental guitar wash that's such a part of 4AD's heritage. An incredibly good album - a massive recommendation.