Lyrically contemplative and sonically endearing, the new album by the Scottish indie-pop quartet serves as a reminder of how great they still are
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The aftermath of the Britpop phenomenon of the '90s may have left the "it" bands such as Oasis and Blur scratching their heads, wondering "Now what?", but four lads from Glasgow _ Fran Healy, Andy Dunlop, Dougie Payne and Neil Primrose _ saw it as an opportunity to introduce a completely new sound logically called post-Britpop.
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