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Tomorrow We Sail are from Leeds and there are seven of them. They play the kind of earnest and epic music which the Guardian will probably describe as "soaring", kind of like Dark Dark Dark, The National and Sigur Ros all stopped being so light-hearted and got together to work on something really serious. There are lots of sweeping strings and Morricone-inspired guitar and big post-rock build-ups ...

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For Those Who Caught The Sun In Flight by Tomorrow We Sail
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7/10 Mike Staff review, 30 January 2014

Tomorrow We Sail are from Leeds and there are seven of them. They play the kind of earnest and epic music which the Guardian will probably describe as "soaring", kind of like Dark Dark Dark, The National and Sigur Ros all stopped being so light-hearted and got together to work on something really serious. There are lots of sweeping strings and Morricone-inspired guitar and big post-rock build-ups to make you feel like you're watching an aerial shot of some moody countryside.

They head into full Gregor Samsa/Explosions In The Sky mode on 'December' with some early '00s emotional fireworks but in general this album does tend towards earnest, downbeat indie rock with reverential vocals which are sometimes a boy and sometimes a girl. You can probably tell this kind of thing isn't entirely up my street, but it's slickly executed and if you're a fan of the other bands I've mentioned then its po-faced cinematics might be exactly what you're looking for.


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