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I always think I must be extra difficult to get your music noticed in America or the UK if you speak in a foreign language - It is seen by the perpetually dense and arrogant English first speakers that you don't seem interested in their markets or you are pretentious or nationalistic.
Domino have been braver for years with the quiet, commited release schedule of F&TAM's material meant to penetrate a more diverse audience. It's because it is pan-universal so the lovely male vocal is merely another heart-rending instrument.
That I find them here jaunty, funky, cool-as-fuck, both sensual and sensitive - their romantic appeal is without question. I'd dare to say the increasingly tedious fourth Wild Beasts (jawdropping lead single apart) has a lot to answer for.
I think they were a folksier affair and being pan-Channel, settling in Bristol you can just imagine them having their rapt audience in the palm of their hands at a live gig. I think I'll check them out.
Their joyous densely-packed music is a total joy on Piano Ombre, their fourth incidentally, you Kendal lads. Exotica, class and a cheeky spirit is soaked into the fine wood kegs these songs were distilled in.
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