Beach House - 'Lazuli'

Mysterious and woozily immersive

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Everyone who’s heard it is going mental for new album ‘Bloom’, but if you can’t wait that long there’s always this Record Store Day release to tide you over. Based round a plinky piano riff, it’s a good signifier of the album as a whole – mysterious, woozily immersive, and unutterably pretty.

Luke Lewis

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