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  • Summary: The 12th full-length release for the British band led by Stephen Lawrie was recorded ad mastered over four weeks.
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  • Record Label: Tapete Records
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Dream Pop, Noise Pop, Noise-Rock, Shoegaze
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  1. 80
    You couldn’t call it ravishing (although the way the guitars trickle and scratch over sepulchral bass on Come Bring Your Love before exploding in distortion certainly is). It is, however, an unbidden delight: hypnotic, breathtaking and quite, quite beautiful.
  2. Feb 12, 2021
    80
    Thirty-two years after the first Telescopes long player Taste, Songs of Love and Revolution heralds another marked evolution for Stephen Lawrie.
  3. Feb 12, 2021
    80
    Songs seems to be the culmination of what The Telescopes have strived for over the last decade, and is an album that’s more truly shoegaze than the genre has seen in years.
  4. Feb 12, 2021
    80
    These nine songs are some of the most neatly rendered of the band's post-2010 output, but lose none of their mind-bending effect in the production upgrade. If anything, the album finds the Telescopes delivering their messages of self-discovery and cosmic love louder than ever.
  5. Uncut
    Feb 26, 2021
    70
    Returns to the more familiar detuned space of their debut LP Taste, thundercloud guitar squall and all. [Apr 2021, p.34]
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