Suddenly

Caribou - Suddenly
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Based on 6 reviews
2020 Ratings: #4 / 87
User Score
Based on 13 ratings
February 28, 2020 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Slant Magazine

What makes the album so spectacular, though, is Snaith’s voice.

90
Exclaim!

Suddenly is a fresh perspective shift that encourages listeners to examine the bigger forces at play that act as a catalyst for change.

80
Loud and Quiet

An album that’s as complex and compelling as anything he’s ever made and while it doesn’t provide the instant gratification of its predecessors, Suddenly still has that intangible quality that’s characterised every Caribou album to date.

80
The Skinny

On Caribou's seventh album, Dan Snaith finds his voice and brings his experimental side to the fore without sacrificing his perfectly lush melodies.

80
Crack Magazine

A record where Snaith has laid himself bare. The result is his richest, strangest album yet.

80
Northern Transmissions

Delightfully nuanced with an innovative sonic make-up and very real human heart; ‘Suddenly’ offers itself up as the safe place we all crave when things get a little too much to bear.

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Track List

  1. Sister
  2. You and I
  3. Sunny's Time
  4. New Jade
  5. Home
  6. Lime
  7. Never Come Back
  8. Filtered Grand Piano
  9. Like I Loved You
  10. Magpie
  11. Ravi
  12. Cloud Song
In Library (24)
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Contributions By
anztec, patton, bgod


Added on: December 4, 2019