Two years after the release of their critically acclaimed debut, 'Suicide Songs', takes you deeper into their sound and vision. It feels more advanced and yet simpler, more perfected and yet more open. It is, by turns, a tender, barren, cavernous, smoldering, despairing and inspirational piece of work. It's a long day's journey into night, but it pays huge dividends when you arrive, drawing you in and casting a spell that won't let go.
"Much like records by fellow Mancunians, The Smiths, 'Suicide Songs' is both consoling and encouraging, revealing itself fully only after repeated listens and paying dividends each time. Manchester should be proud" - Pitchfork