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Volcano

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teachlove
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teachlove The album makes a step further along the way, not for everyone, but definitely one of my favourite 50 albums. Chose " In my pocket" cause it reminds me of Syd Barrett. Favorite track: In My Pocket.
ashwin4224
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ashwin4224 I loved temples man, this new album is so sick, please dont compare this to tame impala, both had their own amazing sound, this album is very pink floydish and kind of remind me if disney trying to make something evil. my fav certainty Favorite track: Certainty.
Sedna
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Sedna This is a brilliant album, Sun Structures is also great but much more traditional to the sound. This sounds like a modern evolution of those ideas. Beautiful and uplifting.
vladare
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vladare Чекаємо в Україні! Favorite track: Born Into the Sunset.
Juan Cisneros
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Juan Cisneros Great record! Congrats, greetings from Mexico!
Gerhard Sagar
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Gerhard Sagar Excellent follow up to Sun Structures. Wonderful album that is so uplifting.
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Temples’ 2014 debut ‘Sun Structures’ arrived with sky in its hair and the endorsements of Noel Gallagher and Johnny Marr ringing in its ears, putting the Kettering quartet at the forefront of an exciting new wave of British psych. Yet whereas the artists they were most obviously indebted to – think early Bowie and Pink Floyd, Nazz and T. Rex – employed subversive humour and acid-fried absurdity, Temples themselves were masters of surface-level psychedelia: less a state of mind, more a feat of engineering. - Barry Nicolson NME.com

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released March 3, 2017

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