Chronique album : Real Estate, nouvel album In Mind

Gwilym Mumford a écouté « In Mind » le quatrième opus du groupe « Real Estate ». Son avis pour The Guardian.

(article en anglais)

Powered by article titled « Real Estate: In Mind review – understated pleasures from steadfast indie-rockers » was written by Gwilym Mumford, for The Guardian on Thursday 16th March 2017 21.00 UTC

Real Estate have never been ones for taking giant leaps. Not for them any sudden changes in genre, double gatefold concept albums or other signifiers of a band wanting to “expand their horizons”. Instead, the New Jersey outfit’s career to date has been one of subtle shifts, quietly refining their pastoral indie-rock over the course of three albums. At a time when the genre is receiving criticism for its relative timidity, such steadfastness might seem like a strangely risky move. But, as fourth album In Mind shows, this is a band who are aware of where their talents lie and are happy to stick to them; there aren’t many, you suspect, who could match Serve the Song’s iridescent jangle or the sun-dappled psych of Stained Glass. The moments of experimentation, when they come, are brief and understated: a frayed synth line on album standout Darling, a smoky burst of reverb on the droning jam session Two Arrows. But, for the most part, this is an album that maintains Real Estate’s status as indie’s model of consistency. © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010

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