Ladytron

Ladytron

2019

This album was released 4 weeks ago.

75% ±11% 16 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Until the Fire
2 The Island
3 Tower of Glass
4 Far from Home
5 Paper Highways
6 The Animals
7 Run
8 Deadzone
9 Figurine
10 You've Changed
11 Horrorscope
12 The Mountain
13 Tomorrow is Another Day
Rating Source
75% 4WIM Rating
90% The 405 Encouraging news for a lot of Ladytron fans then that member Daniel Hunt mentioned in a press release earlier in the year for this, Ladytron’s fifth studio album that “It was a pleasure to make, took us right through last summer.
90% Tiny Mixtapes While the term itself may have once been pejorative and Ladytron haven't been pure pop, I still think it works.
90% Zero Magazine Cement och Anders Eliasson var jag lite nyfiken på, Client är ju förstås söta och S.P.O.C.K är om inte universums bästa liveband så åtminstone lilla Sveriges, med god marginal.
80% The Arts Desk When I first heard Ladytron all that time ago, I was sure they'd be major pop stars, such was their grasp of a riveting tune.
80% The Guardian If any band was going to bounce back from years of acrimonious hiatus with a soundtrack to our troubled times, Ladytron seemed unlikely contenders.
80% Music OMH Their sixth album is eponymously titled and kicks off with the drum driven infectious fuzz of Until The Fire with muted, yet, beautiful as ever, vocal harmonies from Helen Marnie and Mira Aroyo.
80% New Musical Express
80% Pop Matters Two and a half years removed from the shockingly gorgeous Witching Hour, we have a band that continues its graceful musical evolution on album number four, incorporating subtle enhancements here and there, yet at the same time comfortably staying the course.
75% The Line of Best Fit
75% QRO Magazine
70% Drowned in Sound However, nearly eight years have passed since the aforementioned Gravity..., and in with the musical landscape changing at a rate of knots ever since, is there a place for Ladytron in 2019?
67% Consequence of Sound Independent music seems to be enjoying its love affair with 80s revival, and Ladytron has been at it since 2001.
65% Under the Radar Magazine Feb 14, 2019 Web Exclusive By Matt the Raven Ladytron appeared on the music scene in 2001 with their debut album 604 that, at the time, featured a contemporary synth pop sound with a decidedly European slickness.
60% God is in the TV It’s one of many tracks on this album that uses the technique of backing harmonies effectively.‘The Island’ is a criticism of how we treat our planet calling humans “savages” and “calculated architects” and is a call for unity for people passionate about protecting the world.
60% The Skinny Somewhat shirking some of the more spacious, atmospheric elements that laced their last album Gravity the Seducer, Ladytron picks up the pace and is littered with the kind of pulsating, relentless electronic soundscapes that helped forge the band's identity.
50% Nöjesguiden Det har gått åtta år sedan Ladytron släppte sin senaste skiva, men det är ännu längre sedan de kändes relevanta och intressanta.