The debut album of Norwegian quartet Harrys Gym (sic) might have been out close to a year already, but with their second being released in 2010, and as the colder season creeping ever closer it's an album worth revisiting.
With the atmospherical nature of their hybrid - electronica-tinged indiepop being treated to the fleeting, weightless vocals of Anne-Lise Frokedal, like The Cardigans on a twilight boat ride with Sigur Ros, Top Of The Hill climbs (sorry..) from unassuming tweakery and falsetto vocals via a wordless chorus to a controlled chaos of harmonies, synths and the subtlest of distorted guitars.
Harrys Gym's eponymous album is out now.
Harrys Gym on Myspace.
6:00 AM | 24/09/2009
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