ALBUM REVIEW: Fall Electric – Interior

FallElectricInteriorHiRes-1024x1024Rating7Perth trio Fall Electric have been working on this album since 2013 and with production from Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker they’ve concocted a set a of songs that swing from lightly psychedelic eclecticism to sweet, straightforward indie pop music. It feels very much a studio project, such is the layering of electronic and organic instrumentation and composition that constantly shape-shifts. Sometimes the sonic lightness causes songs to blend together too much making the darker dub-treated Over You a particular standout. Shades of Radiohead, Sufjan Stevens and Animal Collective permeate Interior, an album that succeeds by virtue of its chameleon-like qualities.

Chris Familton

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