These New Puritans - General Discussion | The Popjustice Forum

These New Puritans - General Discussion

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by LE0Night, Nov 7, 2018.

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  2. I heard this on the radio earlier. I’ve found something to fill the Wild Beasts-shaped hole in my life.

    Plus am liking the Tears For Fears-esque artwork.
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  3. Album title, 'Inside The Rose', due March 22.


    2. ANTI—GRAVITY 4:38
    4. INSIDE THE ROSE 4:58
    6. INTO THE FIRE 3:43
    7. LOST ANGEL 1:15
    8. A–R–P 6:29
    9. SIX 3:13

    Pre-order links.
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  4. kings!

    I wasn't that sold on Into The Fire though :(
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  5. This is 2/2 for me so far. Very excited for this.
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  6. Incredible. Best one yet.

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  7. How did they come back THIS strong?
  8. This album is every bit as incredible as I thought it would be. If you're a fan of Depeche Mode, The Blue Nile, Talk Talk, Wild Beasts, Goldfrapp or Siouxsie Sioux then this album is for you.
  9. The album is really good, kinda hard to digest at first, but after every listen you discover a new detail...
    Too bad it's too short...
  10. I’d never seen what they look like before until now. No wonder George Barnett is a model!
  11. The album is great, the title track and A-R-P (it's such a melancholic, lush and dark masterpiece) are the ones on a first listen.
  12. Saw them at The Dome last night. Great stage setting and intense show for a small venue. And I caught some of the bouquet thrown into the audience at the end.
  13. Nothing to see here, but the song remains gorgeous.

  14. This is quite a good re-enactment of what the current tour looks like:

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  15. Me talking about Hidden.

    I never thought it would get a deluxe treatment, it’s actually really heartwarming nn. Order locked in xx
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  16. We Want War is still that minimalist classical dancehall evil electronica bop!

    Seriously though this album was way ahead of its time and I can hear it's fingerprints all over current producer/artists like Woodkid, Forest Swords, Arca, etc.
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