Warmer Corners

The Lucksmiths - Warmer Corners
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2005 Ratings: #75 / 446
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NR
August 2, 2005 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Sputnikmusic

The Lucksmiths tell their tales of woe and heartbreak with wisdom and skill on Warmer Corners, making quality music to fit the best album of their career, touching the hearts of even the heartless.

83
Pitchfork
The happy-music-with-sad-lyrics shtick has been done often, but rarely so well since the Lucksmiths' namesakes.
80
AllMusic

Warmer Corners is like most Lucksmiths records; it's meant to be swallowed whole, and in an age of singles with albums attached to them, it's both refreshing and nostalgic at the same time.

77
Coke Machine Glow

There are enough of these little touches scattered through the album to make Warmer Corners more than just inoffensive pop fuzz; it’s smart, depressing, inoffensive pop perfect for a rainy day.

70
PopMatters
The Lucksmiths create art without artsiness and evoke emotion without melodrama.
70
Drowned in Sound

Warmer Corners is a timely reminder that the art of songwriting hasn't died - it just goes away and hibernates in the Adelaide Hills every so often.

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