Bat For Lashes - Two Suns

Bat For Lashes - Two Suns
CRITIC SCORE
80
Based on 13 reviews
2009 Rank: #47 / 554
USER SCORE
83
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53 ratings

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Natasha Khan likes pretty things: fur, gold, melody, the moon, feathers, things that sparkle, chords that resolve. Since she began recording and performing as Bat For Lashes a few years back, the Brighton native has loosely assembled those things around her person like so many thrift store trinkets. Were it not for "What's a Girl to Do?", the lone song from her otherwise-too-precious 2006 debut to suggest that she might have the chilly songwriting charisma to match her outward appearance, it

could have been easy to write Khan off as nothing more than an over-reaching asthete.

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DETAILS

RELEASED: April 7, 2009
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Astralwerks
PRODUCER: David Kosten, Natasha Khan
GENRE: Indie Pop
WEBSITE: www.batforlashes.com
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END OF YEAR LISTS
# 23 - Consequence of Sound
# 11 - Drowned in Sound
# 21 - MOJO
# 19 - musicOMH
# 22 - NME
# 23 - NPR
# 7 - Pitchfork
# 57 - PopMatters
# 26 - Q Magazine
# 19 - Rolling Stone
# 6 - Spin
# 15 - Stereogum
Track List

  1. Glass
  2. Sleep Alone
  3. Moon and Moon
  4. Daniel
  5. Peace of Mind
  6. Siren Song
  7. Pearl's Dream
  8. Good Love
  9. Two Planets
  10. Traveling Woman
  11. The Big Sleep

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