Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

Black Country, New Road - Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
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March 6, 2021 / Release Date
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innkpstr
80
Much cohesive, elaborate and overall better than original album.
dias
85
I may not show it but these performances of bread song and basketball shoes have been the only thing helping me through these trying times. basketball shoes just has to be the sophomore album's closer.
UrsusMaritimus
97
There's a degree of maturity to the renditions of sunglasses and athens france here that was hinted at on their debut album. Whereas on for the first time that lead to a sort of division between the more restrained, artful new direction, and the angsty louder old one, this stays cohesive and does their new catalogue justice within its style.

Bread song has been fleshed out from the initial stream session, and sounds fantastic.

Basketball shoes sounds as epic, melodramatic, and absurdly ... read more
aforest
50
I'll grant them that they fleshed out their songs here better than they did on For The First Time. However, these songs feel no less hollow and inauthentic.
100
Best piece of rock music for centuries to come.
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Track List

  1. Mark’s Theme
  2. Instrumental
  3. Athen’s France
  4. Science Fair
  5. Sunglasses
  6. Track X
  7. Opus
  8. Bread Song
  9. Basketball Shoes
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Added on: March 7, 2021