Download links and information about Strange Geometry by Clientele, The. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 41:48 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||Since K Got Over Me||3:52|
|2.||(I Can’t Seem To) Make You Mine||3:38|
|3.||My Own Face Inside the Trees||3:08|
|6.||When I Came Home from the Party||2:53|
|7.||Geometry of Lawns||2:52|
|10.||Step Into the Light||4:00|
|12.||Six of Spades||2:21|
The U.K.’s Clientele specialize in a somber melancholia that immediately conjures up the feeling of an afternoon tea observing an English rain. The band’s obvious key ‘60s influences — Left Banke, Marianne Faithfull, Beatles, Kinks — are set back and relaxed to loping rhythms that never feel the need to modernize or speed up to today’s technology. Instead, singer Alasdair MacLean recounts his aimless wanderings — the ever-present rain — with seductive melodies that have the same breezy feeling as the images that go fleeting past. Much like Trembling Blue Stars’ Robert Wratten, MacLean is a lovelorn slacker who uses music to create the romance that always seems to be slipping through his fingers. His group’s third album is higher-fi than the debut (Suburban Light) and less monochromatic than the follow-up (The Violet Hour). The addition of strings to the band’s mix of jangly guitars, pianos, and organs adds a soothing touch, as the austere beauty of “I Can’t Seem to Make You Mine” bears out.