Seasons change, and now that spring’s around the corner, why not open up the windows and freshen your musty old interiors, huh? And since Here Come The Rattling Trees is such a fresh piece of wax, spin it on while you’re doing your cleaning! The latest LP from the venerable High Llamas, England’s finest purveyors of meticulously breezy-n-lite modern pop sounds
Here Come The Rattling Trees was just released in January to critical acclaim. And while everyone’s clamoring for these blissfully woozy sounds (making the record difficult to keep in stock!), it’s easy to forget that they originally eminated from a theatrical performance: a play written by Sean O’Hagan himself, with music written and performed by High Llamas! We’d happily describe the basis for this play ourselves, but we wouldn’t do it justice – instead, why not let O’Haganhimself fill you in? Yeah, that’s better!
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