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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! After the Pixies-rutting comeback single last week, Swedish indie troubadours Envelopes throw their 2nd full length album at us. It's called 'Here Comes the Wind' and is currently CD only. Yes they're still mental. Schizo, scratchy indie that collapses, twists, turns, stumbles, jumps, bends, shambles, clatters & wobbles. Occasionally within the space of one song. The lyrics are often plain cra ... »

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Here Comes The Wind by Envelopes
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 14 February 2008
After the Pixies-rutting comeback single last week, Swedish indie troubadours Envelopes throw their 2nd full length album at us. It's called 'Here Comes the Wind' and is currently CD only. Yes they're still mental. Schizo, scratchy indie that collapses, twists, turns, stumbles, jumps, bends, shambles, clatters & wobbles. Occasionally within the space of one song. The lyrics are often plain crazed. Gobbeldygook lyrics that sound like they're battling with a mouthful of chewing gum abound on track two for instance. There's always something otherworldly about Envelopes' take on pop. Like they've heard the last two decades of alternative guitar music through a warped stereo & sent the results back to us through some intergalactic wibble conductor. They don't sound so much like Belle & Sebastian on mushrooms anymore. Just, weirdly melodic, inventive & a bit crackers. There's riffs that are familiar in parts but they do have their own take on stuff, especially in Audrey Pic's wonky post Nico-isms! So, all in all this is a nicely paced, eclectic album that's a little rockier & probably as curiously impenetrable as their debut. Good stuff!

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