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The Bevis Frond

Little Eden (2022 repress)

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‘Little Eden’ glows with vintage McCartney-esque couplets before rolling out a chiming signature riff on ‘As I Lay Down To Die’ and adop...
The Bevis Frond

Little Eden

Limited Blue 2LP in gatefold sleeve + download - £22.99
2CD - £11.99 | Buy
A psychedelically-hewn panoramic take on brutalism Britain punctuated with pure pop melodies and beautifully-observed English melancholy.
Focus on Nature

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  1. Heat
  2. Focus on Nature
  3. God's Gift
  4. Vitruvian Man
  5. A Mirror
  6. Leb Off
  7. Here For the Other One
  8. Happy Wings
  9. Empty
  10. Wrong Way Round
  11. Mr Freds Disco
  12. Jack Immortal
  13. Hairstreaks
  14. Maybe We Got It Wrong
  15. Brocadine
  16. Big Black Sky
  17. The Hug
  18. I Can't Breathe
  19. Hung on a Wire

The Bevis Frond

Focus on Nature

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Seventy-five minutes of glorious melodies that span 60s psych, English folk, Seattle art-punks The Wipers, the buzzsaw pop of Dinosaur Jr and Hendrix-esque explorations.

There’s always an element of playful Englishness to their music. Heavily influencing the likes of The Lemonheads, Teenage Fanclub, Elliot Smith, Pavement and Dinosaur Jr, the cult icons have produced another off-kilter mix of melodic piano-led melancholy, acoustic ruminations, scratchy garage rock with a punky edge and full-on guitar histrionics.

Like its much-praised predecessor, ‘Little Eden’, this record studies the world’s weariness but fills out a bigger canvas; fast food and global warming, broken hearts and long gone nights out, everyday immortality and being God’s gift all share space. It’s like Townshend at his most thematic; Big Star in all their acoustic glory, perfectly balancing the punky garage rock combo who end up running on ‘Empty’ with Gilmour breaks that elevate it all to grandeur.

“Still mixing pop, punk and psych to giddy effect.” The Guardian

“Self-reflection is twinned with a rueful survey of the current state of the nation.” Uncut