Postiljonen - Skyer
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2013 Ratings: #278 / 955
User Score
Based on 28 ratings
2013 Ratings: #92
July 22, 2013 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hybris / Label
Dream Pop / Genres
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Pretty Much Amazing

Skyer, with its hazy miasma of synthesizers, saxophones, and snippets of movie dialogue, is an album to get lost within.


With Skyer, the Swedish trio have created their own dreamlike gossamer world where the exaltation to “take me to the clouds above” is almost realised.

Under The Radar

If you're looking for something gnarly, Skyer is not it—these are sounds for sentimental souls.


When the snow starts to fall this winter and I’m craving the sound of waves and the heat of the sun, I’ll be pulling this out to get me through the cold nights.

Drowned in Sound

Skyer sounds a bit like those TV adverts where they can't afford/can't get Beach House or Sigur Ros songs, so they hire someone to write something that sounds a bit like them. 

This is the stuff you hear in dreams or in a nostalgic slideshow of your past memories like driving down an empty highway at night with a couple of your best friends
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. Help
  3. We Raise Our Hearts
  4. On the Run
  5. Plastic Panorama 
  6. Supreme
  7. Rivers 
  8. Skying High
  9. All That We Had Is Lost 
  10. Atlantis
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Added on: July 15, 2013