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Fruit Bats

Gold Past Life — Merge

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This article is from the issue  201907

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8/10. Well-pitched delivery from former Shins collaborator.
Often stylistically restless, Eric D Johnson embraces his inner soft rocker on his seventh Fruit Bats album. His new focus is especially clear on the title track, which sounds like the Bee Gees playing Elton John, while his keening voice threatens to defy “A Lingering Love”’s pedal-steel inclinations by breaking into “Stayin’ Alive”. Mostly, though, youthful folk-rock tendencies are sacrificed for Wilco’s mature Americana, as on “Only Dream Would Breathe”, whi...
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