From the first candied vocal harmonies that float in over a morose bed of guitars and keys on Cyann & Ben's new full-length, the French quartet's shoegazer fixation rings out loud and clear. In the tradition of My Bloody Valentine, slowcore pioneers Low, and the electronically lugubrious M83 (with whom Cyann & Ben used to share a label), the band's modus operandi is to slowly build upon layers of sound. Utilizing the darker elements of pyschedelia along with the sharp contrasts of modern digital synth-pop to formulate its... More >>>