A deliberately frothy take on an under-documented moment in US politics
Silt : In Line
Their intent is good. Their will is strong. Their songs, unfortunately, aren't...
Icelandic rock", it's downhill all the way. Silt have clearly tried
very, very hard to make this single exciting - they stop, they start,
they stop again, anything to show they are not just another boring rock band playing it safe - but ‘In Line' could be used as the theme to 'Big Brother 3' and still no one would recognise it.
There's obviously a lot of sturdy art-rock ambition here, yet at this point in the life of Silt, that's like having a video without a television set. Their intent is good. Their will is strong. Their songs, unfortunately, aren't.
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