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Seeland have been doing the rounds for a while now. Their debut 'Tomorrow, Today' was a pretty nifty listen and it would appear that the follow up is an even tastier proposition. Seeland feature ex-members of Broadcast and Plone so you know they've got the pedigree and here the lads explore new territory to create a comforting sound that balances the pop sensibilities of Super furries with the pro ...

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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 09 September 2010

Seeland have been doing the rounds for a while now. Their debut 'Tomorrow, Today' was a pretty nifty listen and it would appear that the follow up is an even tastier proposition. Seeland feature ex-members of Broadcast and Plone so you know they've got the pedigree and here the lads explore new territory to create a comforting sound that balances the pop sensibilities of Super furries with the propulsive dynamic of Neu and Stereolab. This is certainly a lot poppier than their last effort with occasional songs verging on the ultra pop sounds of say Silver Apples or They Might Be Giants. I guess it's an effort on the bands part to balance classic 60's pop songwriting sensibilities with early 80's synth-pop aesthetics. This they do with impressive ease. Tasteful sounds in a semi-hautological style that wouldn't sound out of place on the Ghost Box roster (includes artwork by Julian House too). Definitely worth a listen.


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