Absolutely stunning. Although not immediate with its beauty, this album carefully unveils itself as it progresses, revealing a collection of songs that mirror the disquieting sounds of the world we live in.
Deerhunter front man Bradford Cox proves that he is more than just a songwriter, but a poet that relates notions of youth and adulthood with such ease and gracefulness that you begin to lose yourself in his music.
Imagine every single garage rock album you've ever listened to. Now, take out the songs that you would do without and place them into an album, and voila, you get The Orwells's "Terrible Human Beings."