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Feel the Sound

by Imperial Teen

Feel the Sound by Imperial Teen

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Feel the Sound

by Imperial Teen

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Label: Merge Records
Only the fifth album in more than 15 years from San Francisco's finest coed, gay-friendly, shrewdly fizzy indie-rock band, Feel the Sound is light and frivolous but slyly profound. Peppy keyboards and bright boy-girl harmonies mask bouts of pristinely tuneful anxiety (the breathless "Over His Head") and semi-oblique sex talk ("You set the trap and locked your phone/ And we became a palindrome"). Nothing terribly adventurous here (though "Hanging About" is sort of very gentle Krautrock), just pure pop for now (and then) people.

About This Album

Only the fifth album in more than 15 years from San Francisco's finest coed, gay-friendly, shrewdly fizzy indie-rock band, Feel the Sound is light and frivolous but slyly profound. Peppy keyboards and bright boy-girl harmonies mask bouts of pristinely tuneful anxiety (the breathless "Over His Head") and semi-oblique sex talk ("You set the trap and locked your phone/ And we became a palindrome"). Nothing terribly adventurous here (though "Hanging About" is sort of very gentle Krautrock), just pure pop for now (and then) people.

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About This Album

Only the fifth album in more than 15 years from San Francisco's finest coed, gay-friendly, shrewdly fizzy indie-rock band, Feel the Sound is light and frivolous but slyly profound. Peppy keyboards and bright boy-girl harmonies mask bouts of pristinely tuneful anxiety (the breathless "Over His Head") and semi-oblique sex talk ("You set the trap and locked your phone/ And we became a palindrome"). Nothing terribly adventurous here (though "Hanging About" is sort of very gentle Krautrock), just pure pop for now (and then) people.