Trembling Bells



This album was released 50 weeks ago.

74% ±10% 6 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Big Nothing
2 Knockin' on the Coffin
3 My Father Was a Collapsing Star
4 Death Knocked at My Door
5 Christ's Entry into Govan
6 The Prophet
7 Devil in Dungeness
8 This is How the World Will End
9 I'm Coming
10 Rebecca, Dressed as a Waterfall
Rating Source
-6% 4WIM Adjuster
74% 4WIM Rating
90% The Line of Best Fit Transcending the folk rock genre has long been a feature of Trembling Bells’ work over the past ten years.
90% Soundblab I mean, “Baby Lay Your Burden Down” from Abandoned Love certainly owed something to the pop stylings of “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me.” But that was all right because as The Stones sang, “It’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll.
80% The Guardian How strange it is that folk music is so often hampered by politeness, when its subjects are life, death, murder and sex.
80% God is in the TV Six albums and a decade in, Trembling Bells are still imbued with a strong sense of mischief and ambition.
80% Record Collector Led by improv drummer (and RC contributor) Neilson, the band may have started out on the relatively straight and narrow (2009’s debut Carbeth) but over the years they’ve got wyrd as hell.
60% The Skinny However, behind all the bluster, there’s actually a fun, pretty ridiculous, psych rock record to get stuck into.