A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Autumn, Again
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2010 Rank: #529 / 832
User Score
Based on 3 ratings
October 19, 2010 / Release Date
LP / Format
Self-Released / Label
Shoegaze / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Tiny Mix Tapes

Autumn, Again is a rarely dynamic dream-pop album, an ideal caffeinated companion to birch skies and stubbly faces.

79
Pitchfork

Autumn, Again is a self-admitted lateral step for the band.

20
PopMatters

Perhaps A Sunny Day in Glasgow is a critically revered band, and maybe they have a lot to offer on previous releases, but, here, all that’s on display is a attic-cleaning exercise, a “free gift” to fans being given away.

Track List
  1. Autumn, again
  2. Fall in love
  3. Petition to refrain from repetition
  4. Sigh, inhibitionist (Come all day with me)
  5. Moments on the lawn
  6. Drink drank drunk
  7. Violet Mary haunts me OR Loss of forgetfulness on Renfrew Street
  8. How does somebody say when they like you?
  9. Calling it love isn't love (Don't fall in love)
  10. This assclown eats ambien OR Nobody likes you (No Art)
  11. 100/0 (Snowdays forever)
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