LUMP (Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay) – Animal

LUMP (Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay)

Animal


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Author:

Mikky Noire

Published:
May 11, 2021

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Sounds like:

The 1975,
Future Islands,
Angel Olsen,
The National

Tags:

indie pop
,
the 1975
,
laura marling

Why do we like this?

Lovers and Beasts

A deeply unnerving and beautifully constructed narrative, hidden behind alt-pop female vocals and some quietly overwhelming electro-rock instrumentation.

LUMP is completely new to me, a really great thing about this job is the continuous evolution of my music library, and what I found in LUMP is something that I always find hooks me into an alt-rock band — melancholia.

“Animal” is an overwhelming song: narratively, it uses ‘Animal Farm-esque’ story symbolism to emphasize how unnaturally difficult the society of today is. And it beautifully constructs this narrative over ever-moving instrumentation that does exactly what it needs to — it creates a support for the words. This is a song where the lyrics are front and center, they are there and you can’t hide from them!

It’s a melancholic novella of work that should be in any alt library.




Mikky Noire

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