Whether slipping The Flaming Lips' euphoria into the morning glor y of 'Teenagers Talking'
or letting 'Mandarins' fold over itself in a palimpsest of glittering guitars and childlike
enthusiasm like Band of Horses let loose in a Lego shop...and how did they make 'Wilderness'
sound boundlessly euphoric but not cloying and annoying? They must be wizards"
There's a wealth of ideas that makes you keen to hear more
Palace showcases the band's skill at making small things-- like Mauro Remiddi's mouselike
voice-- rise to meet the enormity of their surroundings"
This London-based band re-imagine the best moments of Swedish indie pop and shake up
its shy sensibilities with buoyant limbs and bright eyes"
Wonderfully wistful indie that encompasses a wealth of influences while refining these
touchstones into a sound that’s absolutely singular. It’s rich where other acts of their ilk
deliver blandness, deep while others tread the shallows