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Three years since their last album proper, singer Stuart Staples decided Tindersticks return called for something special and No Treasure but Hope, is very much that! Rich in intuitive warmth, lush melodies and an inquisitive spirit, it s an album that casts a fresh light on Tindersticks core qualities, bathed in the glow of a band intent on rediscovering what they can do. Expanding the horizon without losing the focus, No Treasure but Hope manages to collect some of the band s most immediate work in one outsstanding album. This will be the bands twelfth record, the earliest Tindersticks release being in 1991. Over the course of the band s rich history, Staples has found a voice in film composition as well. This includes a soundtrack to Claire Denis science-fiction film High Life (2019), which features vocals from actor Robert Pattinson.
- Product Dimensions : 5.04 x 5.67 x 0.35 inches; 1.83 Ounces
- Manufacturer : City Slang
- Original Release Date : 2019
- Date First Available : September 9, 2019
- Label : City Slang
- ASIN : B07XJD3P6K
- Number of discs : 1
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#94,340 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
- #47,468 in Rock (CDs & Vinyl)
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One thing of note I especially appreciate about this record after having spent some quality time with it is how the subject of love is examined across this record. Tales of love in it's many forms from familial, romantic, and self-love are all here for your enjoyment and understanding.
Bottom line, this is pop elevated to it's highest form where the line between fine art and pop music becomes blurred. And that's a wonderful thing.
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And about the music... It’s fantastic, sad and depressive. But this is why we like these guys and their music right?
Takes on a softer tone than I’m used to from them but still full of great songs