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The third and final single from last year's 'Why There Are Mountains', 'Wind Phoenix' is a belter of an indie rock number with lashings of brass, vocals and tasteful ambience. Falling somewhere between the drama of Mercury Rev/Flaming Lips and the grungy indie pop of Built to Spill, Cymbals Eat Guitars make relatively odd pop singles from the sounds of it. They also know how to rock out. Backed wi ...

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Wind Phoenix by Cymbals Eat Guitars
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 04 March 2010
The third and final single from last year's 'Why There Are Mountains', 'Wind Phoenix' is a belter of an indie rock number with lashings of brass, vocals and tasteful ambience. Falling somewhere between the drama of Mercury Rev/Flaming Lips and the grungy indie pop of Built to Spill, Cymbals Eat Guitars make relatively odd pop singles from the sounds of it. They also know how to rock out. Backed with a relatively respectful cover of Elliot Smith's 'Ballad Of Big Nothing' that jingles and jangles it's way to a tasteful, reverberant finale.

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