Slow Pulp - Moveys
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2020 Ratings: #322 / 707
User Score
Based on 48 ratings
2020 Ratings: #429
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October 9, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Winspear / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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God Is in the TV
Expect catchy hooks, dreamy melodies, irresistible loud and quiet moments, crashing waves of sound combined with sweet harmonies and self-deprecating lyrics.
It’s better than it has any right to be, a vividly realized debut with the bold, exploratory confidence of a mid-career release.
The Line of Best Fit
In times like these, it is important to reflect and look forward, and this is something that Slow Pulp have skilfully mastered. A hearty welcome to a band that will charm their way to the top.
Beats Per Minute
The album glistens, yet is wholly intimate, like a childhood keepsake still on your bedroom shelf.
It may have had a painful journey with hellish events at every turn but Moveys is, for the most part, heavenly.
An album full of attractive, melancholy guitar atmospheres that takes a couple of abrupt diversions.
this band has alot of potential. some dreamy indie riffs and the vocals are pretty smooth. be on the look out for this band in the coming years dream indie pop at its finest
Sorry guys, but I hate pulp in juice. I prefer my liquids LIQUID. NOT SOLID.
I wish I could listen to the first few seconds of Idaho for the first time again. or all of Falling Apart. this one’s short and sweet. i’d highly recommend.
Slow Pulp have really progressed as a band haven't they?

"Moveys" is a drastic but welcome departure from what they were doing on "Big Day". i mean the two projects are a little over a year apart.
they're still Sow Pulp the dreamy/shoegazey sound that was on their EP is still very much here but it's fused with a lot more.

there's an atmospheric vibe to this record and i love how we get to hear one of the other member sing on "Channel 2".
it's ... read more
From the moment I heard that Slow Pulp was coming out with an album, I knew it would be tough to follow up their 2019 EP, Big Day, and Moveys is a mixed bag of safe indie rock that falls short of its predecessor.

From the moment "New Horse" began, it was evident that the grungy and more abrasive sound found on Big Day would be sparse on Moveys, as the instrumentals are more watered down and Emily Massey's vocals are often trapped behind other instrumants in the mix. Yes, the album is ... read more
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Track List

  1. New Horse
  2. Trade It
  3. Idaho
  4. Track
  5. At It Again
  6. Channel 2
  7. Whispers (In the Outfield)
  8. Falling Apart
  9. Montana
  10. Movey
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Added on: July 8, 2020