Artist: Belle and Sebastian
Album: Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance
Genre: Indie pop
Quality: 320 kbps
Belle and Sebastian Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance Album Tracklist
Regardless of a few evidences that Belle and Sebastian’s ninth may be a politically spurred collection – Allie’s reference to “bombs in the Middle East”; the title itself – Stuart Murdoch and co at last concentrate on matters of the heart, whether in Glasgow or Gaza. The flawlessly surrounding Today (This Army’s for Peace) floats into a slumberous state regardless of its tormented verses, single The Party Line is the disco-moving accomplice to 2004’s Your Cover’s Blown, and Nobody’s Empire – a tune about Murdoch’s perpetual weakness disorder – handles sickness with able delicacy. In particular however, this collection holds the bunch’s old comical inclination: Enter Sylvia Plath is, disjointedly, a sequin-studded Eurovision frolic, and Perfect Couples – a tune about wedding youthful and separating early – handles “sexual strain by the refrigerator”, wicker container on bicycles and organic product based snacks with rich.