ALBUM REVIEW: Working For A Nuclear Free City – What Do People Do All Day? | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 29.01.16




Having fallen into a lengthy silence after curiously mixed (and more curiously named) third album Jojo Burger Temple, the start of 2016 sees an unexpected but welcome return for Working For A Nuclear Free City.

A far more concise set than previous records, What Do People Do All Day? may not hit the same peaks as Businessmen & Ghosts, it keeps alive the band’s dizzying melange of lo-fi indie, idiosyncratic groove, distorted after-hours beats and delicate shoegaze, flitting through a formidable range of ideas and sounds without even exhausting its welcome.

Highlights like Run – seemingly the band’s take on Rounds-era Four Tet – and the delicate swoon of New Day show a band clearly revived from their break and ready for action.

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