Slowdive - s/t (2017): let's rejoice, shall we?

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“It felt like we were in a movie that had a totally implausible ending...”

Slowdive’s second act as a live blockbuster has already been rapturously received around the world. Highlights thus far include a festival-conquering, sea-of-devotees Primavera Sound performance, of which Pitchfork noted: “The beauty of their crystalline sound is almost hard to believe, every note in its perfect place.”

“It was just nice to realise that there was a decent amount of interest in it,” says principal songwriter Neil Halstead. The UK shoegaze pioneers have now channelled such seemingly impossible belief into a fourth studio opus which belies his characteristic modesty. Self-titled with quiet confidence, Slowdive’s stargazing alchemy is set to further entrance the faithful while beguiling a legion of fresh ears.

Deftly swerving what co-vocalist/guitarist Rachel Goswell terms “a trip down memory lane”, these eight new tracks are simultaneously expansive and the sonic pathfinders’ most direct material to date. Birthed at the band’s talismanic Oxfordshire haunt The Courtyard – “It felt like home,” enthuses guitarist Christian Savill – their diamantine melodies were mixed to a suitably hypnotic sheen at Los Angeles’ famed Sunset Sound facility by Chris Coady (perhaps best known for his work with Beach House, one of countless contemporary acts to have followed in Slowdive’s wake).

“It’s poppier than I thought it was going to be,” notes Halstead, who was the primary architect of 1995‘s previous full-length transmission Pygmalion. This time out the group dynamic was all-important. “When you’re in a band and you do three records, there’s a continuous flow and a development. For us, that flow re-started with us playing live again and that has continued into the record.”

Drummer and loop conductor Simon Scott enhanced the likes of ‘Slomo’ and ‘Falling Ashes’ with abstract textures conjured via his laptop’s signal processing software. A fecund period of experimentation with “40-minute iPhone jams” allowed the unit to then amplify the core of their chemistry. “Neil is such a gifted songwriter, so the songs won. He has these sparks of melodies, like ‘Sugar For The Pill’ and ‘Star Roving’, which are really special. But the new record still has a toe in that Pygmalion sound. In the future, things could get very interesting indeed.”

This open-channel approach to creativity is reflected by Slowdive’s impressively wide field of influence, from indie-rock avatars to ambient voyagers – see the tribute album of cover versions released by Berlin electronic label Morr Music. As befits such evocative visionaries, you can also hear Slowdive through the silver screen: New Queer Cinema trailblazer Gregg Araki has featured them on the soundtracks to no less than four of his films.

“When I moved to America in 2008 I was working in an organic grocery store,” recalls Christian. “Kids started coming in and asking if it was true I had played in Slowdive. That’s when I started thinking, ‘OK, this is weird!’”

Neil Halstead: “We were always ambitious. Not in terms of trying to sell records, but in terms of making interesting records. Maybe, if you try and make interesting records, they’re still interesting in a few years time. I don’t know where we’d have gone if we had carried straight on. Now we’ve picked up a different momentum. It’s intriguing to see where it goes next.”

The world has finally caught up with Slowdive. This movie could run and run...

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 09:34 (seven months ago) Permalink

Tracklisting

Slomo
Star Roving
Don’t Know Why
Sugar For The Pill
Everyone Knows
No Longer Making Time
Go Get It
Falling Ashes

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 09:39 (seven months ago) Permalink

love all this pretending mojave 3 didn't exist

an uptempo Pop/Hip Hop mentality (imago), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 09:59 (seven months ago) Permalink

haha yeah - wonder how that feels like for Neil and Rachel

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 10:28 (seven months ago) Permalink

Well these first two releases are fabulous. This is most I've enjoyed a shoegaze release since "From What is Said to When it's Read" by Bark Psychosis.

yesca, Tuesday, 28 March 2017 10:40 (seven months ago) Permalink

haha yeah - wonder how that feels like for Neil and Rachel

― licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 10:28 (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

it ought to feel like something! anyway, spoon & rafter is the best album by either band

an uptempo Pop/Hip Hop mentality (imago), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 11:36 (seven months ago) Permalink

I like this more than I expected to - evolves their sound in a way I can respect.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxwAPBxc0lU

attention vampire (MatthewK), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 11:41 (seven months ago) Permalink

i like that song a lot. sorta feels like the sound of pygmalion applied to a more traditional song structure (disclosure i've never listened to mojave 3)

the raindrops and drop tops of lived, earned experience (BradNelson), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 12:28 (seven months ago) Permalink

Brad omg

an uptempo Pop/Hip Hop mentality (imago), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 12:34 (seven months ago) Permalink

Slightly duplicate thread. ;-)

Slowdive's 2017 album

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 28 March 2017 13:09 (seven months ago) Permalink

Mojave 3 can be good. Can be.

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 28 March 2017 13:10 (seven months ago) Permalink

(disclosure i've never listened to mojave 3)

This won't be a popular opinion but imo the last two albums were their best, one distended space folk and the other weirdly power-poppy?

a serious and fascinating fartist (Simon H.), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 13:29 (seven months ago) Permalink

also "Sugar for the Pill" is beautiful

a serious and fascinating fartist (Simon H.), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 13:29 (seven months ago) Permalink

it's practically Coldplay

an uptempo Pop/Hip Hop mentality (imago), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 15:40 (seven months ago) Permalink

mojave 3s best album was excuses for travellers

get to it

F♯ A♯ (∞), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 17:51 (seven months ago) Permalink

Don't mean to offend any Mojave 3 fans but this is the best to come out of their existence imho, vis-a-vis Ulrich Schnauss:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LGfY0YGlkA

Le Bateau Ivre, Tuesday, 28 March 2017 18:03 (seven months ago) Permalink

will have a listen tonight

the original track is good but not a fan of spoon and rafter

F♯ A♯ (∞), Tuesday, 28 March 2017 18:08 (seven months ago) Permalink

Live gig streaming now on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Slowdive/videos/vb.27491437753/10155203295007754/?type=3&theater

daavid, Wednesday, 29 March 2017 20:18 (seven months ago) Permalink

i mean i love that ulrich schnauss version for sure but it's almost literally just reverb added to the original

just another (diamonddave85), Wednesday, 29 March 2017 20:23 (seven months ago) Permalink

new stuff sounding good on this stream

global tetrahedron, Wednesday, 29 March 2017 20:42 (seven months ago) Permalink

yeah new stuff fitting seamlessly with the classics

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Wednesday, 29 March 2017 20:43 (seven months ago) Permalink

they gave that new single a little more muscle than the recording kinda

global tetrahedron, Wednesday, 29 March 2017 20:53 (seven months ago) Permalink

I was there. That was very good.

Warren's Treat (Nasty, Brutish & Short), Wednesday, 29 March 2017 22:53 (seven months ago) Permalink

And now that some new songs have been heard -- I've heard an advance of the album, it's quite good. It's different from the previous three in a distinct way -- many of the songs are quite fast paced. Not *really* fast, but certainly in comparison to the steady swing and flow of the original albums, it's got a particular focus on pace that I think serves the album very well, and helps make this a distinct effort.

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 29 March 2017 22:55 (seven months ago) Permalink

I don't think I've ever listened to Pygmalion, to be honest. The last thing by them I can remember getting were the 'In Mind' remixes. Is it worth seeking it out (22 years late)?

Warren's Treat (Nasty, Brutish & Short), Wednesday, 29 March 2017 22:58 (seven months ago) Permalink

Very much so. It's quite remarkable.

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 29 March 2017 22:59 (seven months ago) Permalink

I suspect this doesn't match the quality of the live stream: https://youtu.be/TJopgXE-MKU

Warren's Treat (Nasty, Brutish & Short), Wednesday, 29 March 2017 23:05 (seven months ago) Permalink

Is there a thread suggesting key shoegaze albums for late period Boredoms fans to check out

Not the real Tombot (El Tomboto), Wednesday, 29 March 2017 23:06 (seven months ago) Permalink

Not yet at least.

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 29 March 2017 23:11 (seven months ago) Permalink

maybe this???? https://www.discogs.com/Xinlisupreme-Tomorrow-Never-Comes/master/482671

is there a thread suggesting key sophistopop albums for late period andrew wk fans to check out

a but (brimstead), Thursday, 30 March 2017 00:31 (seven months ago) Permalink

'Sugar for the Pill' sounds great. I'm getting quite excited for this now!

The Roger Waters Experience (Turrican), Thursday, 30 March 2017 01:19 (seven months ago) Permalink

Yeah loving that song already and judging from the new material so far there is indeed is slightly muscular edge to their sound that is quite new. Can't wait

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Thursday, 30 March 2017 08:17 (seven months ago) Permalink

Excited for this album. These tracks rule.

yesca, Friday, 31 March 2017 05:11 (seven months ago) Permalink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1mT_zipAHY

van smack, Sunday, 2 April 2017 23:42 (seven months ago) Permalink

wow, they sound fantastic... maybe I need to fly up to Chicago for their show.

erry red flag (f. hazel), Monday, 3 April 2017 02:23 (seven months ago) Permalink

yeah, I don't really like Sugar Pill all that much. I kinda agree with Pygmalion comparisons but it's also a lot warmer, even poppier which is not a bad thing in itself but overall it sounds really generic, while Pygmalion had some sort of cold vibe which made it really interesting. I wish them all the best, MBV proved that you can come back really strong as a shoegaze band even though this genre is kind of intrinsically nostalgic, that's all fine if they want to evolve their sound, it's just not that great to me.

piramjida, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 11:05 (seven months ago) Permalink

I don't know if the genre is 'intrinsically nostalgic,' or if it is, you might as well say that about a lot of music in general, whether it's rock or something else. In that there was often a perceived built in sense of retreat/reflection, that's one thing, but when you've got something like three generations of musicians now doing something with the form one way or another, is it nostalgia or extension? (Certainly, as with so much else, a lot of newer stuff simply recreates rather than fuses and inspires in new directions, but again, why hold them to particular account?)

Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 13:05 (seven months ago) Permalink

I think I'd be down on a band for skewing towards relatively more generic composition but these new songs are hitting me so directly I can't really step back and nitpick.

Evan, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 13:26 (seven months ago) Permalink

I think "Sugar for the Pill" works in spite of its straightforward composition. The chorus has a haunting touch that hooked me on the first listen and keeps me relistening, but

it's practically Coldplay

is otm

Vinnie, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 16:44 (seven months ago) Permalink

that's your fault for listening to Coldplay, isn't it

erry red flag (f. hazel), Wednesday, 5 April 2017 17:14 (seven months ago) Permalink

always with the victim blaming around here

Vinnie, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 17:17 (seven months ago) Permalink

I don't know if the genre is 'intrinsically nostalgic,' or if it is, you might as well say that about a lot of music in general, whether it's rock or something else. In that there was often a perceived built in sense of retreat/reflection, that's one thing, but when you've got something like three generations of musicians now doing something with the form one way or another, is it nostalgia or extension? (Certainly, as with so much else, a lot of newer stuff simply recreates rather than fuses and inspires in new directions, but again, why hold them to particular account?)

Well, obviously you can feel nostalgic about any genre, but when it comes down to shoegaze I feel like some sense of nostalgia, longing, feeling of being young has been present throughout many of those shoegaze classics. I feel like that might be partly why Halstead is so surprised that young people are still listening to Slowdive - it probably felt to him like his music was capturing this youthful, exuberant emotions that by now are long gone, but then he found out that there is a new generation that is able to connect with this feeling. And I mean, yeah, you still have shoegaze bands putting out their music but at least when I think of shoegaze it's mainly those glimpses of great bands like MBV, Ride or Slowdive during early '90s that nobody really came close to ever after.

piramjida, Wednesday, 5 April 2017 17:41 (seven months ago) Permalink

I think the first Mojave 3 album is the best one. Very very gentle and the closing track is very Slowdive.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Monday, 10 April 2017 22:20 (seven months ago) Permalink

"Sugar For The Pill" sounds like it could have come from the Black Hearted Brother album, which I really liked

'Out of Tune' by Mojave 3 has ended up being one of my most loved albums. 'Excuses For Travellers' is also very good and the others have their moments.

The early Mojave 3 demos, that made up part of the first album were originally sent out under the Slowdive name. I was surprised to read that the first M3 album was released within 10 months of 'Pygmalion', it came together that quickly.

Would love a new Mojave 3 record one day, however I am looking forward to Slowdive too.

michaellambert, Monday, 10 April 2017 22:26 (seven months ago) Permalink

xp i agree, it has a very different feel from the others. it's like slowcore. very atmospheric, great lead guitar tones

a but (brimstead), Tuesday, 11 April 2017 01:08 (seven months ago) Permalink

The early Mojave 3 demos, that made up part of the first album were originally sent out under the Slowdive name. I was surprised to read that the first M3 album was released within 10 months of 'Pygmalion', it came together that quickly.

wow i didn't know this! will definitely have to dig into to m3

just another (diamonddave85), Tuesday, 11 April 2017 02:00 (seven months ago) Permalink

Sugar is something very special
And fuck the Coldplay comment because SD are 20 years older than them and experience counts for something

calstars, Tuesday, 11 April 2017 02:52 (seven months ago) Permalink

the first four mojave 3 albums are all great, I didn't care for the last one

akm, Tuesday, 11 April 2017 03:31 (seven months ago) Permalink

I think the drummer is really creative with the way his part supplements the shift in feeling without changing too much about his approach. Namely his snare is really nervous and antsy as the song builds towards a release, and when that happens it retains a similar shuffle but feels more triumphant in the same way the rest of the instrumentation loosens up as well at that moment. Like the feeling of rushing towards the end of the tunnel and then suddenly hitting the sunlight.

Evan, Tuesday, 29 August 2017 17:08 (two months ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

Finally heard this album, it's quite lovely. "Slomo" is one of their best ever tracks I think, it has such a restless, haunting air to it. I could listen to it for a long long time

Vinnie, Thursday, 14 September 2017 05:31 (two months ago) Permalink

I haven't listened to this album for ages... gonna have to sort that today!

more Allegro-like (Turrican), Thursday, 14 September 2017 06:01 (two months ago) Permalink

I'll be at that Wiltern show too.

Elvis Telecom, Thursday, 14 September 2017 09:47 (two months ago) Permalink

Saw them live recently. One of the best shows i've seen. Fantastic.

nostormo, Thursday, 14 September 2017 10:40 (two months ago) Permalink

one month passes...

countdown four days and counting...

Bee OK, Thursday, 26 October 2017 01:18 (four weeks ago) Permalink

I re-listened to this today and enjoyed it quite a hell of a lot.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Thursday, 26 October 2017 17:34 (four weeks ago) Permalink

i know, i'm really looking forward to this show. i also got like eight of us going too, going to be a fun night. Cherry Glazer is opening and she opened for Spoon earlier this year. she rocked thou i only caught like three songs.

Bee OK, Friday, 27 October 2017 01:15 (four weeks ago) Permalink

this album sounds beautiful on a sunny, crisp fall morning

Week of Wonders (Ross), Friday, 27 October 2017 04:22 (four weeks ago) Permalink

this is my Slowdive weekend in 2017

Bee OK, Saturday, 28 October 2017 03:58 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Seeing the show tomorrow, should be fun!

Ned Raggett, Saturday, 28 October 2017 04:27 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Missed the show. When I was 20 I used to listen to souvlaki at a brick house in the suburbs of Langley. Used
To write there. That album saved me

Week of Wonders (Ross), Saturday, 28 October 2017 08:03 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Going to see them tonight. Guessing Ned will also be there! Saw them a couple years ago at the Warfield in SF and they were amazing, but definitely broke a few guitar strings in the process.

octobeard, Saturday, 28 October 2017 08:07 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Enjoy octo

Week of Wonders (Ross), Saturday, 28 October 2017 08:08 (three weeks ago) Permalink

awesome show at the fox in oakland tonight. never seen them live ... pretty overwhelming sonic and visual experience. more please.

that's not my post, Sunday, 29 October 2017 06:44 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Yeah while it was a real treat to see them back when (92, 93, 94), they were either openers or in a very tiny venue. Seeing them with a big crowd and that really great light/film setup felt so well deserved. And yes, great show indeed.

Ned Raggett, Sunday, 29 October 2017 07:04 (three weeks ago) Permalink

agreed, fantastic. that warfield show was only last year btw (with Low opening); low were obv a better opener than cherry glazzer (who I do not like aside from their keyboardist); but this set from slowdive I think was much better than that one, they seem very baked in, much more comfortable being slowdive again.

akm, Sunday, 29 October 2017 16:56 (three weeks ago) Permalink

also the s/t album rules, anyone who derided it above is crazy

akm, Sunday, 29 October 2017 16:57 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Yeah I missed the earlier reunion tour but I wasn't too fussed because I'd already see the band do most of that stuff already -- I wanted to get a sense of where they were at now instead. So the combination of a great new album -- and the generally more uptempo feel of five or six songs they played from it helped leaven the set's generally stately progression -- plus being settled into a 'okay we are back and doing stuff we're now immediately engaged in,' combined with how they played with the arrangements of the classics -- "Crazy For You," "Dagger" and "Golden Hair" were particularly transformed -- paid off.

Arrived right when the opening band was finishing up so sounds like I timed it well.

Ned Raggett, Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:21 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Muttered this on Facebook as well but:

* a very young crowd! Not entirely but the vast majority of people around me up front clearly were born around when the band was first touring/releasing things.

* Having Eno cuts from Apollo opening and closing the set was a nice touch -- and fully earned given his work with them on Souvlaki

* As soon as "When the Sun Hits" started most of the people around me immediately proceeded to light up/vape. Which even though I've never done either actually did seem like the right move at the time.

Ned Raggett, Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:23 (three weeks ago) Permalink

(Also, last year? The first reunion tour was 2014, I wasn't living here yet.)

Ned Raggett, Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:25 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Also: I was amused by the blatant pill/drug animation at one point -- almost seemed more Spiritualized -- due to the markings on the capsule: 'SD 1-989' -- ie, Slowdive 1989, when they formed.

Ned Raggett, Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:38 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Jealous. Had my tickets but gig coincided with arrival of new baby. Hope I’ll get another chance

licorice oratorio (baaderonixx), Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:48 (three weeks ago) Permalink

i was at the oakland show last night as well! made this 25-year-old's teenage dream come true seeing them! wept all of my tears when they opened the set with "slomo." would've been even more incredible if low were the openers (no shade to cherry glazerr).

joshywinty (josh), Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:49 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Yeah I really appreciated how they started the set with that -- exactly what I would have done, don't bother with an old favorite first. And it was very well done.

Ned Raggett, Sunday, 29 October 2017 18:33 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Saw them in Israel about 2 months ago and it was one of the best showsi've seen

nostormo, Sunday, 29 October 2017 20:29 (three weeks ago) Permalink

a very young crowd! Not entirely but the vast majority of people around me up front clearly were born around when the band was first touring/releasing things

I saw them at The Roundhouse (in London) the other week and overheard a couple of people talking - one said he hadn't seen them since 1991 and the other replied that he hadn't even been born then. Also, I don't remember them ever headlining such a big venue first time around, so they've definitely picked up a lot of new fans.

mothfrogs and homicidal smoking haikuists (Nasty, Brutish & Short), Sunday, 29 October 2017 21:55 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Just bought tix for Chicago - stoked - last time I saw them was Town & Country in London while studying abroad in 1990.

BlackIronPrison, Sunday, 29 October 2017 21:58 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Which gig? I saw them twice at the Town & Country in 1990, both times they were the support group (for Ride and then for the Pale Saints).

mothfrogs and homicidal smoking haikuists (Nasty, Brutish & Short), Sunday, 29 October 2017 22:11 (three weeks ago) Permalink

With Ride - I literally re-turned in papers from my previous American college semester at my school - Christchurch college in Canterbury - just so I could go to shows and travel!

BlackIronPrison, Sunday, 29 October 2017 22:16 (three weeks ago) Permalink

wow i guess that show was three years ago. it didn't seem that long to me. yikes.

akm, Monday, 30 October 2017 22:23 (three weeks ago) Permalink

OCT 29, 2017

at Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA

intro.) Deep Blue Day (Brian Eno song)
1. Slomo
2. Slowdive
3. Crazy for You
4. Star Roving
5. Souvlaki Space Station
6. Avalyn
7. Catch the Breeze
8. Don't Know Why
9. Blue Skied an' Clear
10. When the Sun Hits
11. Alison
12. Sugar for the Pill
13. Golden Hair (Syd Barrett cover)

Encore:

14. No Longer Making Time
15. Dagger
16. 40 Days

Bee OK, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 00:16 (three weeks ago) Permalink

it was such an amazing night, it made my heart burst. was my favorite gig of this year over The Jesus and Mary Chain. they were so much more psychedelic this time around or after twenty something odd years. one thing i will say is that i'm so happy for Slowdive. they have come such a long way. as others have said in this thread, they had a bunch of young kids at the show, meaning they are gaining new fans. well deserved. i can't really explain how incredible this night was, special time to be alive.

Bee OK, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 00:20 (three weeks ago) Permalink

one of their highlights:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXD6tMrlXq8

Bee OK, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 00:21 (three weeks ago) Permalink

posted the Bay Area one by mistake but you get it.

Bee OK, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 00:25 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Thanks for posting that clip from the Oakland show. Golden Hair was so intense and magical.

that's not my post, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 00:36 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Yup, quite striking. And looks like they have a standard set list but it's a good one, though with a little variety ("Catch the Breeze" was fourth up here).

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 01:01 (three weeks ago) Permalink

It's a shame they don't play Morningrise.

mothfrogs and homicidal smoking haikuists (Nasty, Brutish & Short), Tuesday, 31 October 2017 07:18 (three weeks ago) Permalink

only song I wanted to hear that was missing was machine gun. oh well can't have everything.

akm, Tuesday, 31 October 2017 13:40 (three weeks ago) Permalink

i really like this album a lot :)

Universal LULU Nation (upper mississippi sh@kedown), Wednesday, 1 November 2017 18:23 (three weeks ago) Permalink

man that's a great setlist, i would've cried at that show

ToddBonzalez (BradNelson), Wednesday, 1 November 2017 18:40 (three weeks ago) Permalink

ok im sold. got tickets for the 12th

(•̪●) (carne asada), Thursday, 2 November 2017 18:34 (three weeks ago) Permalink

have a great time.

Bee OK, Friday, 3 November 2017 00:19 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Just to continue the theme, they were amazing in Denver on the 1st. I think the crowd trended older here, hard to say, underage balcony was not overflowing. same songs as for everyone else. I'd agree that Golden Hair is a particular highlight, but the new rockin' verson of 'crazy for you' is also pretty exciting maybe it was just the bang surprise that got me. simon scott is amazing and rachel seems a much better singer these days, is it her time in that dreadful rock band of hers that had made the improvement notable?

Keythkeythkeyth, Friday, 3 November 2017 03:56 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Her solo stuff?

Robert Adam Gilmour, Friday, 3 November 2017 13:39 (three weeks ago) Permalink

She sings for a band called minor victories which as a band isn’t really all that interesting to me but she sings well.

Keythkeythkeyth, Friday, 3 November 2017 14:39 (three weeks ago) Permalink

Disagree. The Minor Victories album is really great and worth checking out.

Gerald McBoing-Boing, Friday, 3 November 2017 16:06 (three weeks ago) Permalink

I am a big fan of both Twilight Sad and new Slowdive and I thought that Minor Victories album was very predictable and boring

boxedjoy, Friday, 3 November 2017 22:29 (three weeks ago) Permalink


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