A record that will appeal
to art rockers,
pure popists, indie kids
& Riot Grrls alike.
"Pure popists"? Isn't that some sort of schismatic Catholic sect or something?
(The album itself is fairly good, on first listen. Not as post-punk and angular as I thought it might be (going by the sticker, I imagined it'd be somewhere between Interpol and Sleater-Kinney or something), but somewhat gentler and a shade more ethereal. I rather like Love Builds Up and Only One Thing Is Needed.
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