Sauna (studio album) by Mount Eerie
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The best album by Mount Eerie is A Crow Looked At Me which is ranked number 573 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 3,240.
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Sauna feels more spacious, existentially darker & introspective than its three predecessors. Which - speaking of - makes this one feel like the final iteration of a series that began with Clear Moon (the lightest of the three) and continued on with Ocean Roar. Even though 2009's Wind's Poem unquestionably planted the seeds for what would follow. However, it feels separate to this series. I was also reminded why I liked the rock instrumentation on tracks like "Turmoil" & "Planets", they have kind of a Knock Knock-era Smog tinge to them.
Indie rock, avant-folk, experimental, drone, ambient, lo-fi
First thoughts after just one track, are "odd and interesting".
I think I'm going to like this. A more concise review to follow.
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