2005
Label: Popfrenzy Records - PF025 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
Losing Haringey - The Clientele - Strange Geometry (CD, Album)

 · The Clientele. Rock · The U.K.’s Clientele specialize in a somber melancholia that immediately conjures up the feeling of an afternoon tea observing an English rain. The band’s obvious key ‘60s influences — Left Banke, Marianne Faithfull, Beatles, Kinks — are set back and relaxed to loping rhythms that never feel the need to.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Strange Geometry" on Discogs/5(29).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Strange Geometry" on Discogs/5(21).

 · Strange Geometry by The Clientele, released 11 October 1. Since K Got Over Me 2. (I Can’t Seem To) Make You Mine 3. My Own Face Inside the Trees 4. K 5. E.M.P.T.Y. 6. When I Came Home From the Party 7. Geometry of Lawns 8. Spirit 9. Impossible Step Into the Light Losing Haringey Six of Spades.

 · Recorded at Bark Studio, Walthamstow, London, March reissue of original album. Includes full album download plus six digital bonus tracks The Clientele - A Sense Of Falling: Strange Geometry Outtakes.


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  1. As the Arthur Machen quote in the album's liner notes suggests, Strange Geometry is as much about London as it is about introspection and lost love: virtually every song on the album makes characters out of the tenement lines, gardens, trees, streets and buildings that make up the city. In fact, these songs are so thematically tight that they resemble a collection of poems and short stories set to music, particularly on the largely spoken-word "Losing Haringey," Price: $

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