Things moved quickly for Band of Horses following their formation in 2004. They released two acclaimed albums in Everything All the Time and Cease to Begin and despite an ever revolving membership had stumbled on a gorgeously widescreen sound that seemed designed for long drives across middle America. Infinite Arms continues the trajectory and opens with the stunning Factory an example of their slightly oddball world view which always seems to make you swoon.
Vinyl LP £19.99 88697691101
LP on Sony.
CD £12.49 88697693992
CD on Sony.
Vinyl LP box set £40.99 88697 717662
Ltd 180g LP + CD + download + deluxe photos box set on Sony NOT RELEASED.
- Includes download code
Vinyl LP £23.99 SNYS406331PMI
180g vinyl LP on Columbia.
8/10 Jack 22nd May 2016
Band of Horses is one of those groups you want to put on for an extended road trip through the heart of America on a warm night with the windows rolled down, the album cover even shows you a picture of stars rolling by a scenic mountain. Infinite Arms is a bit folksier than their last album Cease to Begin (and lacks any songs about great basketball players). And though there may not be a song as great as "Nobody's Gonna Love You" on Infinite Arms, the album is more solid than that previous one.
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