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Boomkat Product Review:
Track and Field graduates and all-round indie stalwarts The Loves are now onto their second album. Technicolour finds the band in ‘60s psychedelic territory, which is aptly introduced by the seven minute epic, ‘Je T’aime, Baby’, a protracted Velvet Underground-style retro jam. Next there’s the Monkees-esque ‘I My She Love You’ that segues into the Troggs-meets-Jesus and Mary Chain pop gold of ‘She’ll Break Your Heart’. Many of the songs here follow that most chipper of chord sequences, the old I-IV-V progression, which results in an unfailing pop optimism. There’s more range to this album than that might suggest, however: see for example the amiable boogie-woogie of ‘Honey’ and the kooky Brian Wilson-isms of ‘How Does It Feel To Be Loved?’ after half an hour or so of prime bubblegum the album comes to a bittersweet close with the aptly titled ‘Goodbye’, another cracking VU-inspired jaunt.