Land of Talk -- who are opening for Broken Social Scene at the Gargoyle on October 18 -- worked with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon on its upcoming full-length, Some Are Lakes. Accordingly, the CD (which I've heard in full) is quite a bit more nuanced and intimate than the band's debut EP. Think more the atmospherics of Denali and Cat Power, and less Pixies snarl.
Here's the first MP3 from the album; judge for yourself.MP3: Land of Talk, "Some Are Lakes"
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