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A Drink And A Quick Decision

by Grand National

A Drink And A Quick Decision by Grand National

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A Drink And A Quick Decision

by Grand National

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Label: Recall Records
Three years passed between Grand National's debut and this follow up, but it doesn't sound like the London duo was at a loss for ideas. The borrowed lyric (from Hall and Oates' "She's Gone") that gives the album its title projects a certain melancholy, but it's Beta Band-style gloom (particularly on "Tongue"), in that there's always sunlight peeking through the darkness. Occupying similar territory to Hot Chip and early Beck, Grand National's catchy songs are proving to be essential listening in the electronic indie pop world.

About This Album

Three years passed between Grand National's debut and this follow up, but it doesn't sound like the London duo was at a loss for ideas. The borrowed lyric (from Hall and Oates' "She's Gone") that gives the album its title projects a certain melancholy, but it's Beta Band-style gloom (particularly on "Tongue"), in that there's always sunlight peeking through the darkness. Occupying similar territory to Hot Chip and early Beck, Grand National's catchy songs are proving to be essential listening in the electronic indie pop world.

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About This Album

Three years passed between Grand National's debut and this follow up, but it doesn't sound like the London duo was at a loss for ideas. The borrowed lyric (from Hall and Oates' "She's Gone") that gives the album its title projects a certain melancholy, but it's Beta Band-style gloom (particularly on "Tongue"), in that there's always sunlight peeking through the darkness. Occupying similar territory to Hot Chip and early Beck, Grand National's catchy songs are proving to be essential listening in the electronic indie pop world.