Indie-poppers are equal parts blissed out and moody
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Broken-hearted Cali fuzzballs return
As it happens, they're inspired choices. The first single 'Now It's On' careers along on a tune as gloriously upbeat as an episode of Sesame Street, while 'Yeah Is What We Had' is so heartbreakingly beautiful it'd make a pitbull well up.
So no radical new podium-dancing electroclash direction, then, but when Grandaddy crash through back catalogue classics like 'AM 180' this isn't a bad thing. With the follicly-enhanced likes of Kings Of Leon and The Warlocks in vogue, it's good to have Grandaddy back to ensure things stay really hairy.
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