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Stars: There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light

Listening to Stars' new album is like being wrapped in a warm, comforting blanket. A catchy synth-pop blanket where our biggest concerns are who we're dating, not what's going on in the world at large.

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Stars: The North

Stars recover slightly from the disappointing monotony of The Five Ghosts, but The North is still short on the high drama that invigorates the band's best work.

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Stars - The North (new album / stream)

Stars' latest album releases early in September and they have a big North American tour plotted out in support of the record.

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Stars: 22 June 2010 - Los Angeles

The six-member indie constellation Stars treated the crowd to a live re-creation of The Five Ghosts and two additional sets of their beloved back catalogue, as voted by fans online.

Melissa Bobbitt
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Stars: In Our Bedroom After the War

No matter in what medium it's first released, the new Stars album contains two of the absolute best pop songs of the year -- and the rest ain't half bad, either.

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Stars: Do You Trust Your Friends?

Stars take their breakthrough album Set Yourself on Fire and hand it over to their friends for hit-and-miss remix treatment.

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Malena Pérez: Stars

Stars is a celebratory album, and also a happy one. Singing, "What if I told you that you're beautiful? / Would you believe?" Pérez sounds sincerely interested in the answer.

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Stars: Set Yourself on Fire

There is nothing vague about the sweet ache running like candy stripes throughout the confectioner's swirl of their endearing electro chamber pop.

David Antrobus
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Stars: Heart

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