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Boomkat Product Review:
Norwegians - at this point think it's pretty clear there's something in that mountain-purified water that gives 'em that peculiar sparkle we've come to associate with the country. They're great at pop music, but it never sounds quite right, there's always something that makes it so dutifully Norwegian, and four-piece Harry's Gym are no exception to this rule. Led by the haunting tones of vocalist Anne Lise Frokedal, the band accompany her with a clattering cacophony of Northern magic. There are the echoes of Blonde Redhead by way of My Bloody Valentine in the band's dreamy haze, but it's their songwriting, not their influences that make 'What Was Ours Can't Be Yours' a success. 'Mountains' is the clear stand out; a masterclass of chilling, melancholic pop and a track that is instantly memorable. Give it a listen and let Harry's Gym permeate your very soul. You'll be drinking Akavit and burning churches next, ferreal.