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Over pensive piano Rebecca’s hushed vocals support Charles’ falsetto on ‘Number One’ – as tortured as pop comes, its beauty is in its simplicity and the pair’s seamless melodic meshing.With an end-of-the-pier synth whirling away in the background, ‘The Pieces’ emulates the poppier edges of former labelmates Metronomy’s found-object funk and the title track is saturated with deviant disco menace, like an evil ABBA.
It’s an album inspired by heartbreak, by the tangled knots which descend upon the tail end of a relationship.Its festive jangles and brass parps are more 1980s photocopy Lisa Stansfield than 1960s original Dusty Springfield and ‘Not Mine To Love’ is essentially a labored show tune from an amateur dramatics production about the life of Amy Winehouse.Yet when the duo steer away from blue-eyed soul cliché and start entwining their charismatic vocals, ‘Complete Surrender’ starts to really impress.It’s a false economy in my opinion.” “It’s a good way of people seeing it, though,” he adds, “and that’s really where a lot of people music nowadays. The first song was us finding out where we wanted to go visually with this record, from the videos to the stage to the merch. The monochrome idea, we just kind of stuck with that.” Recently opening Latitude festival, Slow Club are now itching to take their material out on the road.Preparing a few surprises, the band has recorded a merch-stall-only album of covers.