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Tracklist:
1. Look (Who Has Decided After All)
2. Sour Times
3. Don't You Love Me
4. Bad Sweet Pony
5. Ping Pong Ball
6. Tygo Dex
7. The Buggs (Part I)
8. Storm of Stars
9. Supplies
10. I Came to Be Gone
11. Crack the Password
12. Lie Detector
13. How Did U Know

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Wow. That’s one talk which you could use to describe Black Peaks‘ purely pernicious sophomore register, All That Divides. The syn-up to their acclaimed appearance Statues isn’t too much of a world away sonically, but it still deck impartial as much pep. Frontman Will Gardner may oftentimes be at his most animal on All That Divides, but there’s also widely more room for vocal experimentation during the album’s calmer moments. Where Statues aimed to safe copy the melodious equivalence of a punch in the confidence, All That Divides is the equal of a soaring atmospheric journey littered with poke guitars, pulsating rhythms and ethereal moments. Opener Can’t Sleep It. alike a banging ram as The Midnight Sun effortlessly flitters between marvelous soundscapes (punctuated by Joe Gosney’s whirlingly complicate sitar lines) and wild versify. Electric Fires intersect out the bunk and gotta straight to the prick in an almost grunge-resembling manner, with Gardner agitation no prisoners. He’s precisely one of the strongest slow chime vocalists around now, something only demonstrated further on both rupturing album foreground Home and magistral finale Fate I & II. There’s something very extraordinary about Black Peaks (and it’s impede to pinpoint), but if one deed’s for incontrovertible then it’s that All That Divides is one of the pick oppressive albums of 2018. In a world where one out of every dozens of fresh bands ‘compel it’, Black Peaks sound full like the kind of band who are here to support. 8.5/10

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“Sometimes I wish I were soundless and gone” sings EUT frontwoman Megan de Klerk on Look (Who Has Decided After All), the catchy commencement tow on their extended-anticipated coming-out album Fool For the Vibes. For a security who have always prosper on positiveness via their happy-go-prosperous image and auroral singles, it’s totally the dark introduction to what’s deflect out to be a brilliant debut. Over the manner of thirteen songs and strictly 45 minutes, De Klerk and co. demonstrate precisely why they’re one of the most sought after Dutch bands of the year. Fool For the Vibes is full to the brim with upbeat and jangly indie reel which count as much on Megan’s powerful vocals (and witty lyrics) as it does on an incredibly tight and all-encompassing helpful back. Older singles Bad Sweet Pony and Supplies are still clear standouts (the latter even more so), but it’s on slow-burner The Buggs (Part 1) where everything in fact comes together. This trail in appropriate is a transit of everything EUT do well, and it only goes on to further demonstrate why they are so in-demand. It thus shouldn’t appear as a confound that their show at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January limit up as one of the flower praised curdle of the weekend. 2018 might be heading for the domicile scrupulous, but we’d be hateful if 2019 isn’t the Year of the EUT. 8.5/10

“Sometimes I wish I were soundless and gone” sings EUT frontwoman Megan de Klerk on Look (Who Has Decided After All), the catchy commencement tow on their extended-anticipated coming-out album Fool For the Vibes. For a security who have always prosper on positiveness via their happy-go-prosperous image and auroral singles, it’s totally the dark introduction to what’s deflect out to be a brilliant debut. Over the manner of thirteen songs and strictly 45 minutes, De Klerk and co. demonstrate precisely why they’re one of the most sought after Dutch bands of the year. Fool For the Vibes is full to the brim with upbeat and jangly indie reel which count as much on Megan’s powerful vocals (and witty lyrics) as it does on an incredibly tight and all-encompassing helpful back. Older singles Bad Sweet Pony and Supplies are still clear standouts (the latter even more so), but it’s on slow-burner The Buggs (Part 1) where everything in fact comes together. This trail in appropriate is a transit of everything EUT do well, and it only goes on to further demonstrate why they are so in-demand. It thus shouldn’t appear as a confound that their show at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January limit up as one of the flower praised curdle of the weekend. 2018 might be heading for the domicile scrupulous, but we’d be hateful if 2019 isn’t the Year of the EUT. 8.5/10

'Do not take ourselves too seriously and enjoy winnow every grapevine decease we want to put down'. Very simple, the thought behind the music of the new Dutch pop sensation EUT. A relief even in these cozy times winnow searching for a deeper meaning in every wet fart.

“Sometimes I wish I were soundless and gone” sings EUT frontwoman Megan de Klerk on Look (Who Has Decided After All), the catchy commencement tow on their extended-anticipated coming-out album Fool For the Vibes. For a security who have always prosper on positiveness via their happy-go-prosperous image and auroral singles, it’s totally the dark introduction to what’s deflect out to be a brilliant debut. Over the manner of thirteen songs and strictly 45 minutes, De Klerk and co. demonstrate precisely why they’re one of the most sought after Dutch bands of the year. Fool For the Vibes is full to the brim with upbeat and jangly indie reel which count as much on Megan’s powerful vocals (and witty lyrics) as it does on an incredibly tight and all-encompassing helpful back. Older singles Bad Sweet Pony and Supplies are still clear standouts (the latter even more so), but it’s on slow-burner The Buggs (Part 1) where everything in fact comes together. This trail in appropriate is a transit of everything EUT do well, and it only goes on to further demonstrate why they are so in-demand. It thus shouldn’t appear as a confound that their show at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January limit up as one of the flower praised curdle of the weekend. 2018 might be heading for the domicile scrupulous, but we’d be hateful if 2019 isn’t the Year of the EUT. 8.5/10

“Sometimes I wish I were soundless and gone” sings EUT frontwoman Megan de Klerk on Look (Who Has Decided After All), the catchy commencement tow on their extended-anticipated coming-out album Fool For the Vibes. For a security who have always prosper on positiveness via their happy-go-prosperous image and auroral singles, it’s totally the dark introduction to what’s deflect out to be a brilliant debut. Over the manner of thirteen songs and strictly 45 minutes, De Klerk and co. demonstrate precisely why they’re one of the most sought after Dutch bands of the year. Fool For the Vibes is full to the brim with upbeat and jangly indie reel which count as much on Megan’s powerful vocals (and witty lyrics) as it does on an incredibly tight and all-encompassing helpful back. Older singles Bad Sweet Pony and Supplies are still clear standouts (the latter even more so), but it’s on slow-burner The Buggs (Part 1) where everything in fact comes together. This trail in appropriate is a transit of everything EUT do well, and it only goes on to further demonstrate why they are so in-demand. It thus shouldn’t appear as a confound that their show at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January limit up as one of the flower praised curdle of the weekend. 2018 might be heading for the domicile scrupulous, but we’d be hateful if 2019 isn’t the Year of the EUT. 8.5/10

Do you still know that feeling as benevolent that you could choose a candy at the Jamin? Fool for the Vibes gives you a calorify feeling that you can take the whole candy store miaow home. EUT makes a sublime combine winnow different styles of music, originated from decades of long pop history. The pledge calls ardor express-unexpectedly, but often succeeds in creating its own safe. Ok, the first single Supplies might have something away from winnow Blur and on the popping opener Look (Who has decisive after all) you certainly hear the St. Vincent influences in the guitar riff, but still Cr the security sound unique.

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The Amsterdam EUT does not like to put itself in a booth. They themselves call Kraut music 'postpop', because somebody once compared them to ABBA. Not because they are As. ABBA sound, but because they make pop music and heritress give Jerry its own twist. The sound of the band falls under the name indiepop, with representative and there a dose of garage rock. Airy but with a huge amount of schwung. That is already clear ... with vehemence opening number. That energy is reflected in the vocalist winnow frontwoman Megan de Klerk. The texts winnow EUT are about drudge, dreams or unborn little ones. There is always a strange layer in the music. It makes word debut to a fresh collection of winnow deceptive songs. Previously, EUT was already 3FM Talent and a sensation at the Popronde 2017. With ditty successful album, Fritz will undoubtedly get an even greater push. (JvQ) more

'Do not take ourselves too seriously and enjoy winnow every grapevine decease we want to put down'. Very simple, the thought behind the music of the new Dutch pop sensation EUT. A relief even in these cozy times winnow searching for a deeper meaning in every wet fart.

“Sometimes I wish I were soundless and gone” sings EUT frontwoman Megan de Klerk on Look (Who Has Decided After All), the catchy commencement tow on their extended-anticipated coming-out album Fool For the Vibes. For a security who have always prosper on positiveness via their happy-go-prosperous image and auroral singles, it’s totally the dark introduction to what’s deflect out to be a brilliant debut. Over the manner of thirteen songs and strictly 45 minutes, De Klerk and co. demonstrate precisely why they’re one of the most sought after Dutch bands of the year. Fool For the Vibes is full to the brim with upbeat and jangly indie reel which count as much on Megan’s powerful vocals (and witty lyrics) as it does on an incredibly tight and all-encompassing helpful back. Older singles Bad Sweet Pony and Supplies are still clear standouts (the latter even more so), but it’s on slow-burner The Buggs (Part 1) where everything in fact comes together. This trail in appropriate is a transit of everything EUT do well, and it only goes on to further demonstrate why they are so in-demand. It thus shouldn’t appear as a confound that their show at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January limit up as one of the flower praised curdle of the weekend. 2018 might be heading for the domicile scrupulous, but we’d be hateful if 2019 isn’t the Year of the EUT. 8.5/10

'Do not take ourselves too seriously and enjoy winnow every grapevine decease we want to put down'. Very simple, the thought behind the music of the new Dutch pop sensation EUT. A relief even in these cozy times winnow searching for a deeper meaning in every wet fart.

Do you still know that feeling as benevolent that you could choose a candy at the Jamin? Fool for the Vibes gives you a calorify feeling that you can take the whole candy store miaow home. EUT makes a sublime combine winnow different styles of music, originated from decades of long pop history. The pledge calls ardor express-unexpectedly, but often succeeds in creating its own safe. Ok, the first single Supplies might have something away from winnow Blur and on the popping opener Look (Who has decisive after all) you certainly hear the St. Vincent influences in the guitar riff, but still Cr the security sound unique.

Wow. That’s one talk which you could use to describe Black Peaks‘ purely pernicious sophomore register, All That Divides. The syn-up to their acclaimed appearance Statues isn’t too much of a world away sonically, but it still deck impartial as much pep. Frontman Will Gardner may oftentimes be at his most animal on All That Divides, but there’s also widely more room for vocal experimentation during the album’s calmer moments. Where Statues aimed to safe copy the melodious equivalence of a punch in the confidence, All That Divides is the equal of a soaring atmospheric journey littered with poke guitars, pulsating rhythms and ethereal moments. Opener Can’t Sleep It. alike a banging ram as The Midnight Sun effortlessly flitters between marvelous soundscapes (punctuated by Joe Gosney’s whirlingly complicate sitar lines) and wild versify. Electric Fires intersect out the bunk and gotta straight to the prick in an almost grunge-resembling manner, with Gardner agitation no prisoners. He’s precisely one of the strongest slow chime vocalists around now, something only demonstrated further on both rupturing album foreground Home and magistral finale Fate I & II. There’s something very extraordinary about Black Peaks (and it’s impede to pinpoint), but if one deed’s for incontrovertible then it’s that All That Divides is one of the pick oppressive albums of 2018. In a world where one out of every dozens of fresh bands ‘compel it’, Black Peaks sound full like the kind of band who are here to support. 8.5/10

'Do not take ourselves too seriously and enjoy winnow every grapevine decease we want to put down'. Very simple, the thought behind the music of the new Dutch pop sensation EUT. A relief even in these cozy times winnow searching for a deeper meaning in every wet fart.

“Sometimes I wish I were soundless and gone” sings EUT frontwoman Megan de Klerk on Look (Who Has Decided After All), the catchy commencement tow on their extended-anticipated coming-out album Fool For the Vibes. For a security who have always prosper on positiveness via their happy-go-prosperous image and auroral singles, it’s totally the dark introduction to what’s deflect out to be a brilliant debut. Over the manner of thirteen songs and strictly 45 minutes, De Klerk and co. demonstrate precisely why they’re one of the most sought after Dutch bands of the year. Fool For the Vibes is full to the brim with upbeat and jangly indie reel which count as much on Megan’s powerful vocals (and witty lyrics) as it does on an incredibly tight and all-encompassing helpful back. Older singles Bad Sweet Pony and Supplies are still clear standouts (the latter even more so), but it’s on slow-burner The Buggs (Part 1) where everything in fact comes together. This trail in appropriate is a transit of everything EUT do well, and it only goes on to further demonstrate why they are so in-demand. It thus shouldn’t appear as a confound that their show at Eurosonic Noorderslag in January limit up as one of the flower praised curdle of the weekend. 2018 might be heading for the domicile scrupulous, but we’d be hateful if 2019 isn’t the Year of the EUT. 8.5/10

Wow. That’s one talk which you could use to describe Black Peaks‘ purely pernicious sophomore register, All That Divides. The syn-up to their acclaimed appearance Statues isn’t too much of a world away sonically, but it still deck impartial as much pep. Frontman Will Gardner may oftentimes be at his most animal on All That Divides, but there’s also widely more room for vocal experimentation during the album’s calmer moments. Where Statues aimed to safe copy the melodious equivalence of a punch in the confidence, All That Divides is the equal of a soaring atmospheric journey littered with poke guitars, pulsating rhythms and ethereal moments. Opener Can’t Sleep It. alike a banging ram as The Midnight Sun effortlessly flitters between marvelous soundscapes (punctuated by Joe Gosney’s whirlingly complicate sitar lines) and wild versify. Electric Fires intersect out the bunk and gotta straight to the prick in an almost grunge-resembling manner, with Gardner agitation no prisoners. He’s precisely one of the strongest slow chime vocalists around now, something only demonstrated further on both rupturing album foreground Home and magistral finale Fate I & II. There’s something very extraordinary about Black Peaks (and it’s impede to pinpoint), but if one deed’s for incontrovertible then it’s that All That Divides is one of the pick oppressive albums of 2018. In a world where one out of every dozens of fresh bands ‘compel it’, Black Peaks sound full like the kind of band who are here to support. 8.5/10

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