Perfumed Earth

Purple Pilgrims - Perfumed Earth
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 35 ratings
2019 Ratings: #262
August 9, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Flying Nun / Label
Dream Pop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

70
Pitchfork
The New Zealand sister duo offer a self-contained suite of dream pop, folk, and cosmic jazz that’s far more evocative than the few words they sing.
usedtobe
88
Dazzling psych dream-pop sophomore release from the Kiwi sister-duo artist that plays on the ghostly and angelic qualities of their vocals to this untiring sonic genre. Quite a beauty to behold, specially that this ears were craving for a new dream pop material that sticks, and definitely does it. A scintillating, hypnotic affair that pulls you in and grabs you.
Tsareena
92
Gorgeous dream pop album here. Lovely melodies and vocals. "Delphiniums in Harmony/ Two Worlds Away" is such a beautiful ambient track. I can listen to it on a loop for hours.
Faves: Sensing Me, I'm Not Saying
holsgr
70
☆☆☆½ ~ An inpiringly remarkable album. I feel intensely engaged with this consistent and deeply satisfying music in a wholly compelling unique way.
ulittlefuckers
73
beach house vibes
10lawrencej
67
Decent dream pop
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Track List

  1. How Long Is Too Long
  2. Ancestors Watching
  3. Sensing Me
  4. I'm Not Saying
  5. Delphiniums in Harmony / Two Worlds Away
  6. Two Worlds Apart
  7. Love in Lunacy (Saturn Return)
  8. Ruinous Splendour (feat. Roy Montgomery)
  9. Tragic Gloss
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Added on: August 5, 2019