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Bands who take a leap should be encouraged. The Veils have a strong and sturdy indie-rock sound, but on Total Depravity they are pushing out from the rock box. Enlisting EL-P of Run The Jewels to co-produce it with Adam “Atom” Greenspan, who produced Refused and Maximo Park has lifted their sound into a completely new beast.


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Total Depravity by The Veils
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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 23 August 2016
I like it when bands go insane. The Veils have been steadily emerging out of their London based indie roots refining a sound that was once pretty jangly and safe and getting progressively more scary. This one has been co produced in one of the more interesting international hook ups by E.L.P of Run the Jewels and showcases a sound that is one part Nick Cave and shows up Wild Beasts for the knitted sweater indie boys they always have been ‘neath the fake sleaze.   ‘A Bit on the Side’ screams filth and has an undeniably catchy chorus paving the way for the Black Keys slink of ‘Low Lays the Devil’ which is produced in true Danger Mouse style with distorted vocals, buzzing guitars and bluesy organ. The Veils indeed are a rather preposterous proposition at times, they aim for the sky and sometimes fall stone flat. But at least they aim.  

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