Debut album ‘Wanderrooms’ has little to do with the noise-rock of Little Trouble Kids: it contains ten multi-layered, melancholic songs in which Thomas – master of light and shadow – put his heart and soul.
However, ‘Wanderrooms’ swings and grooves like you wouldn’t expect from a weeping willow. First single ‘In the Realms of the Unreal’ spread its wings on Record Store Day 2016, and is ‘a powerful psychedelic slowburner’, according to Humo. Follow-up ‘Summer Avalanche’ mixes Mikal Cronin with feelgood Beach Boys-vibes.
Actually, it seems as if every song dresses down another indie-subgenre: from Sonic Youth to Sparklehorse and Tom Waits. ‘And He Rows’ is one of the highlights of the record: with bells, crooked violins, singing saws, and woeful backing choirs.
Welcome to KRANKLAND, welcome to ‘Wanderrooms’. Unexpect the expected. It’s going to be a wondrous journey!
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