Infinite Arms
Band of Horses - Infinite Arms
Critic Score
Based on 24 reviews
2010 Rank: #455 / 832
User Score
Based on 44 ratings
May 18, 2010 / Release Date
LP / Format
Indie Rock / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Drowned in Sound

Although this is certainly the band’s most vocally adventurous record so far, the rich, carefully constructed sonic layers come at the cost of a degree of excitement.

80
AllMusic

For those who let it sink in, Infinite Arms could be a contender for the year's best summer album, not to mention the band's most cohesive record to date.

67
A.V. Club
Three albums in, Band Of Horses could stand to push itself more than it does here, though there is some comfort in the familiarity. This is a band with a brand.
53
Pitchfork

Infinite Arms just feels less tender, less personal, more twang-by-numbers than the last couple, despite its familiar sound and many of the same principals.

Aug 9, 2017
ATroms
75
Bigger & grander productions pushed this album into mainstream popularity for BoH.. Unfortunately, the massive line-up changes make it so that original sound is lost going forward.
Sep 22, 2013
Siamak
78
This album have a few moments that are unique but that few moments is even more than enough to love it