June Gloom

Big Deal - June Gloom
Critic Score
Based on 12 reviews
2013 Ratings: #327 / 955
User Score
Based on 17 ratings
June 3, 2013 / Release Date
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Indie Pop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
musicOMH

The pair have successfully managed to retain the qualities that made them so engrossing first time round, despite putting more meat on the bones.

80
AllMusic

The London duo's second album captures moody '90s noise-pop and the kind of partly sunny heartbreak that can actually feel pretty good.

80
DIY

Debut ‘Lights Out’ was loved for its intimacy; ‘June Gloom’ will be loved for how big it sounds.

80
The 405

In changing their approach to making music, Underwood and Costelloe have harnessed that potential which was in evidence a couple of years ago.

80
PopMatters

June Gloom is really an album that’s mostly killer, little filler—pretty much all to be found here is engaging and winsome, and one’s appreciation for the record grows with repeated listens. 

75
The Line of Best Fit

June Gloom marks another confident step forward in the band’s quest to live up to their name in the indie-rock landscape.

70
NME

Two years on, Big Deal have finally hired a rhythm section and as a result of this new, more traditional approach have morphed from mellow to muscular. 

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Track List

  1. Golden Light
  2. Swapping Spit
  3. In Your Car 
  4. Dream Machines
  5. Call and I'll Come 
  6. Teradactol 
  7. Pristine
  8. Pillow
  9. Catch Up
  10. Little Dipper 
  11. PG
  12. Close Your Eyes
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