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Taken as a whole, it's a low-stakes commercial country soap opera with lofty ambitions but little authenticity.
"Bury It" underscores everything about Chvrches' sound that sets the band apart from other synthpop revivalists
“Sunshine” is all monster hooks and full-blown chorus, snarled guitars warping anthemic vocal harmonies.
Guitars detune as the song progresses, weather-beaten toms rattle along sadly, and the vocals are not so much featured as entombed in the song.
Camera has come through with eight tracks of frenetic Krautrock, reckless and relentless the whole way through.
“I’ll Go” doesn’t so much progress as creep forward, spidery guitar ricocheting off Ben Millburn’s howl.
“Wild As You” is timeless, the pop-heavy end of the genre that fits almost anywhere from the radio to the bar to the stadium.
Rihanna's vocal soaring provides the requisite goosebumps.
Keaton Henson is a purist singer-songwriter that wears his old soul on his sleeve.