A Thing Called Divine Fits (studio album) by Divine Fits
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It's Spoon with some pretty whack '80's synth thrown in. Spoon: good, '80's synth: dubious ... but then, it is whack. It's a fine piece of work with some predictable highlights, seeing as who's behind the microphones. Britt Daniel continues to edge forward in his cumulative career argument that he might very well be a rock demigod. His latest finer points are kickass tracks like Would That Not be Nice.... Ice Cream.... Shivers.... as with so many Spoon albums... take your pick.
So bizarre, I wasn't sure what to make of it. Parts are played by the child of a guitar and a keyboard, it sounded like both but neither at the same time.
So the lead singer is the one from Spoon and the lead guitarist is from wolf parade. That should be all you need to know. If you know anything about those groups, then you have a solid idea of what divine fits sound like. It's indie rock with some snappy smarts.
Like an indie Traveling Wilburys, this isn't the mess that it could have been yet it somehow doesn't quite seem to be the sum of it's parts. Having said that, I do get the felling this one's a grower, not a shower.
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