Broken Social Scene
Broken Social Scene have released Let’s Try The After Vol. 1 already and Vol. 2 comes out this Friday (4/12). On Record Store Day (4/13) both Volumes come out on one full album Let’s Try The After. Radio is receiving both together as one single album as well.
It’s pure BSS: atmospheric intro, surging post-punk rhythm, big chorus, lots of little melodic squiggles happening in the background. - SPIN
a piece of characteristically warm and huge old-school indie rock. It’s exactly as tuneful and triumphant as you’d hope. - Stereogum
Such forceful beauty—a sense of indefinable, life-affirming ecstasy—is practically woven into Broken Social Scene’s DNA at this point, and Let’s Try the After is proof that their genetic makeup is as complicatedly pure as ever. - Pitchfork (7.2)
a typically uplifting song featuring an arms-wide chorus, wailing, shoegazy guitars and some punchy horns to boot. - BrooklynVegan
a driving track with reverberating textures swirling around indie Americana rhythms - Consequence Of Sound
Whatever the mixture employed on each individual track, the listener's appetite for intellectually stimulating indie rock will be satiated as Broken Social Scene have proven their staying power with yet another set of gripping and exciting tunes. - Under The Radar
These songs are confident, seeking, and created of a love for communicating the essentiality of life — what better way to step into the unknown? - Exclaim! (8/10)
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Radio Edit (for time) for the single #7 “Can’t Find My Heart” included in downloads folder!
RIYL: Feist, Dirty Projectors, Stars, New Pornographers, Wolf Parade
TRY: #7, 5, 8
DIRTY: #3, 4, 9
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