By Divine Right

Sweet Confusion

By Divine Right
Sweet Confusion
By Divine Right continues on its merry way, bringing love and good times to kids across the land. But first, some indie pop. Deftly split into two halves, the first seven songs of BDR’s first album since 2001 are all uptempo hand-clappers with literal hand-claps and “nah nah nahs.” The second half is ethereal, more contemplative and slower-burning, recalling more atmospheric BDR moments. Sweet Confusion is the perfect summer car record and the perfect late-night fall record in one.
—Tara Thorne

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