Although my level of French language is at about a high school level, but even I can understand what he is trying to tell me. Plus the tune is very catchy. I like it because it is upbeat and makes me bounce my head.
I freaking love it. Click HERE to buy this track from Amazon Music.
So I put up the YouTube video of Alt-J‘s Breezeblocks a few hours ago, (here is the link if you missed it), and of course I started listening to some of their other stuff. Their 2012 album “An Awesome Wave” is excellent. The song “Breezeblocks” that got me hooked originally, and the “Tessellate” sold me completely. But these are not the only two good tracks on that CD, they have a bunch of very good songs on that album: “Something Good”, “Fitzpleasure”, “Bloodflood” and “Taro” now in my Best of the Best playlist, in addition to the earlier mentioned “Tessellate” (my favorite) and “Breezeblocks”.
(Here is the link to their debut album “An Awesome Wave”)
And here is the official music video for my favorite track: “Tessellate”.
This track got me hooked on Alt-J. I am going to post a couple more of the must haves later.
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