The highlights of the album are the fantastic TellingTales, with its superb chorus and hazy, woozy atmospherics, and Testimony Of Tears, with its muscular bass and gradually increasing tension, are genuinely thrilling pieces. The Mind’s Eye is another standout, and it sounds like a forgotten girl-group 7” playing in The Jesus & Mary Chain’s distorted wonderland (or, put simply, it sounds like the Raveonettes)
. The other songs on the album largely use the same palette, and draw from the same type of sounds – but there’s a lot to be said for consistency. Many of the bands that Song Sung draw from made similarly stylistically consistent debut albums (have you heard Psychocandy?), and ultimately it will be this level of one-notedness that means you love the album or are bored by it.”
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