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It’s 45 minutes of reverie and it’s easy to become completely enthralled. A real trip.
You can’t deny that it’s really catchy and easy to listen to, but it does make you wonder, four albums down, surely Williams must be running out of things to whine about.
They know what works for them, they do it well and they won’t change for anyone. That’s all there is to it.
A whole lot of love has gone into this album, and it shows on every track.
Ben Folds, Tame Impala and Jack White made it a memorable one for Katherine Edmonds.
These are songs to be relished and danced to with your arms wrapped tight around another.
Really well thought-out, sophisticated synth pop that actually makes you feel something.
Here’s hoping there’s not such a long break between Dumb Is Forever and album number three.
Their latest release is still brimming with bouncy, skankin’ good times, but without a real standout track in sight it might be time to start celebrating the back catalogue… again.
Sea Of Bright Lights has really proven what these four Adelaide boys are capable of; they’ve fine-tuned their sound and the result is a hook-laden, melodious album that’s pretty damn impressive.