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“God Save the Clientele”
The Clientele
Merge  Records
3.5 stars

A proper follow-up to their 2005 breakthrough record, “Strange Geometry,” The Clientele's third proper LP finds them exploring just enough new ’60s rock ground to keep them exciting. Armed with Alasdair MacLean’s tear-jerking vocals and an encyclopedic knowledge of pseudo-obscure chamber pop, The Clientele have again released one of the most gentle and winning albums all year long.

Sounds like: The Association, Belle & Sebastian, Camera Obscura


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