New single 'Mesosphere' is quality alt-pop that spreads out its tentacles and picks pieces from all across the spectrum of music, combining them into the kind of songs that should be holding court in the upper echelons of both the sales charts and the public consciousness. This isn't niche music; it's not thrash metal, dubstep, shoegaze or bluegrass. This is pop and it's great. B-side 'Statuettes' only reinforces this point by toning things down to little more than the basics, but it's still pop (and a little bit like Kate Bush). So why aren't the press covering bands like this? Either there's a conspiracy going on (well, a few if you look into the way major labels interact with major radio stations and magazines) or they simply don't know a good tune when it slaps them round the face.
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