The post-rock greats return with possibly their best album since their debut. Songs like “Austerity Blues” literally do sound like they’re pouring light all over everything, with ecstatic guitar solos and strings allowed to build in ten-plus-minute songs, and the more recent addition of vocals works in their favor here, keeping the songs grounded as they threaten to take off into the ether. There’s even a two-and-a-half minute song called “Little Ones Run,” a kind of children’s folk song that breaks up the noise. A beautiful record throughout.
Disc 1 Titles
Fuck Off Get Free (For The Island Of Montreal) [Explicit]