Band Of Horses - Everything All The Time

This is the full-length debut for the Seattle band (featuring members of the now defunct Carissa's Wierd) that has drawn comparisons to, among others, Neil Young.

Rating:9/10
Modern Music Review
Seattle, WA's Band of Horses plays dense, aching mid-tempo indie rock reminiscent
of Neil Young & Crazy Horse. Formed in 2004 by multi-instrumentalists Ben Bridwell
and Matthew Brooke out of the ashes of former incarnation Carissa's Wierd,the group caught the attention of Sub Pop during a show with friends and future lablemates Iron & Wine.

I've wanted to write few words about this comely album.So,get ready for the charming melodies
,from the beginning till the end.So Liquid songs,delightful vocals which is very similar with
Neil Young,The Flaming Lips.Actually i used to listen great debuts from indie bands.
there are a lot indie band around i know.So you should ask which one is good or bad?I think,
it's hard to answer this one but i guarantee Band of Horses is really great if you need to listen
some bewitching style.Because their debut mostly sounds Dramatic,dreamy,bright.
I won't pick any song because everysong is truly awesome.It's as stunning a debut as I've heard in a long time.But if you prefer variety in a album.There isn't much style variety among the songs; they basically all sound similar.The most important point is it's getting too slow close to the end.You body is freezing,heart beats to become slow or mild and with closing song 'St. Augustine' there isn't anything to do for escape creative side of the album."Everything All the Time" (2006) fountain debut of the year,timeless,ambitious.

MM picks:Wicked Gil,The First Song
www.bandofhorses.com
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