UK, 2014, art pop / chamber pop / progressive pop


Yet more down to earth than their sophomore album and also more progressive, for it’s more rooted in this realm. This quintet is so damn talented, bringing in a lot of instruments you rarely hear in pop, such as the dulcimer and the bassoon.

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