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We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic

by Foxygen

We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic by Foxygen

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We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic

by Foxygen

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Label: Jagjaguwar
Like retro psych-pop bands Tame Impala, Ariel Pink and MGMT, the music of Foxygen feels as cozily familiar as a pen pal from an exotic land you'll never visit. The duo's second album opens like Sgt. Pepper in a pub and ends like Abbey Road in a windstorm; "No Destruction" hints of The Velvet Underground; "Shuggie" emulates Bowie; and, generally, singer Sam France has Mick Jagger's snarl down. To fit the vintage palette, there's talk of pot, doors of consciousness and San Francisco, but perhaps the best, most timeless line is, "There's no need to be an *sshole/ You're not in Brooklyn anymore."

About This Album

Like retro psych-pop bands Tame Impala, Ariel Pink and MGMT, the music of Foxygen feels as cozily familiar as a pen pal from an exotic land you'll never visit. The duo's second album opens like Sgt. Pepper in a pub and ends like Abbey Road in a windstorm; "No Destruction" hints of The Velvet Underground; "Shuggie" emulates Bowie; and, generally, singer Sam France has Mick Jagger's snarl down. To fit the vintage palette, there's talk of pot, doors of consciousness and San Francisco, but perhaps the best, most timeless line is, "There's no need to be an *sshole/ You're not in Brooklyn anymore."

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About This Album

Like retro psych-pop bands Tame Impala, Ariel Pink and MGMT, the music of Foxygen feels as cozily familiar as a pen pal from an exotic land you'll never visit. The duo's second album opens like Sgt. Pepper in a pub and ends like Abbey Road in a windstorm; "No Destruction" hints of The Velvet Underground; "Shuggie" emulates Bowie; and, generally, singer Sam France has Mick Jagger's snarl down. To fit the vintage palette, there's talk of pot, doors of consciousness and San Francisco, but perhaps the best, most timeless line is, "There's no need to be an *sshole/ You're not in Brooklyn anymore."