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New album on Kranky from this artist based in New Orleans. 

Sort of mix between Liz Frasier's ethereal vocals and the churning guitar noise from Kevin Shields.

Not as pretty as the 'tinsel fairy light' world the Scottish trio inhabit. This is a bit darker. Recommended.

 

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