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Album Review: Belle & Sebastian, “Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance”
Growing up, I considered myself a thoroughgoing introvert. And why shouldn’t I be? I was bookish, shy, with a strong intellectual and artistic bent and a revulsion of loud parties. Most of my adolescence was spent reading classic novels, listening … Continue reading
Posted in Album Reviews Tagged Albums of 2015, ambivert, Belle and Sebastian, chamber pop, Dear Catastrophe Waitress, Enter Sylvia Plath, Ever Had a Little Faith?, extrovert, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, God Help the Girl, If You're Feeling Sinister, indie, indie pop, introvet, Nobody's Empire, Pet Shop Boys, Sarah Martin, Stevie Jackson, Stuart Murdoch, The Cat with the Cream, The Everlasting Muse, The Life Pursuit, The Party Line, Tigermilk, twee 1 Comment