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The Look

by Metronomy

The Look by Metronomy

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The Look

by Metronomy

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Label: Because Music/WMI
The lead single from Metronomy's new album, The English Riviera, "The Look" might actually be less interesting than album cuts "She Wants" and "Trouble," which offer a more unusual perspective on indie dance: sunny and haunted all at once. But with its resemblance to Peter Bjorn and John's "Young Folks," it's not hard to see why "The Look" gets the spotlight. Fred Falke and Moonlight Matters remixes go for straight-ahead electro-pop gusto; it's Ghost Poet that really shines, with an eerie, echo-soaked reconstruction that brings out a hidden sense of unease behind the breezy synths and falsetto.

About This Album

The lead single from Metronomy's new album, The English Riviera, "The Look" might actually be less interesting than album cuts "She Wants" and "Trouble," which offer a more unusual perspective on indie dance: sunny and haunted all at once. But with its resemblance to Peter Bjorn and John's "Young Folks," it's not hard to see why "The Look" gets the spotlight. Fred Falke and Moonlight Matters remixes go for straight-ahead electro-pop gusto; it's Ghost Poet that really shines, with an eerie, echo-soaked reconstruction that brings out a hidden sense of unease behind the breezy synths and falsetto.

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About This Album

The lead single from Metronomy's new album, The English Riviera, "The Look" might actually be less interesting than album cuts "She Wants" and "Trouble," which offer a more unusual perspective on indie dance: sunny and haunted all at once. But with its resemblance to Peter Bjorn and John's "Young Folks," it's not hard to see why "The Look" gets the spotlight. Fred Falke and Moonlight Matters remixes go for straight-ahead electro-pop gusto; it's Ghost Poet that really shines, with an eerie, echo-soaked reconstruction that brings out a hidden sense of unease behind the breezy synths and falsetto.