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Fanfarlo’s third album, they claim, is an exploration of “human evolution and possible futures”. Big themes, and a big sound: all 10 songs here feel in danger of being overwhelmed…

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Fanfarlo in 2013 are unrecognisable from the nu-folk band that announced themselves on their 2009 debut ‘Reservoir’. Whereas previously they made music perfect for people who’d worn out their Noah…

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Crikey! Indie in white lab coats! The second album from [a]Fanfarlo[/a] sees them using the complex structures and sounds borrowed from Steve Reich and the weirder end of Scott Walker…

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Pitched between Arcade Fire’s funereal art-rock and Beirut’s pastoral folk, but lacking the pomposity of the former and the pretentiousness of the latter, London-based collective Fanfarlo’s debut is a…

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