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'out of view' is the debut album from the history of apple pie. it sees the band take expansive and very exciting leaps with these new recordings. the infectious fuzzy pop sound of those early singles has been crafted and developed and they have taken the guitar aesthetic of their heroes - sonic youth, radiohead and blur, into new and glorious terrorties. expect more tales of medicated teenage heartache and the psychedelic rain of slacker-genius guitar chops from jerome's home made pedal board, but the band have really come of age and the result is a truly memorable and exhilarating guitar pop album. 'out of view', recorded in london over the last few months, was self produced by guitarist jerome watson, mixed by charles 'chicky' reeves and engineered by joshua third of the horrors, who also adds his unique guitar sound to the albums closer 'before you reach the end'.
description from www.roughtrade.com
At its strongest, Out Of View is brilliantly engrossing. But half-baked melodies and bloated structures often don't do enough to invite you into the songs in the first place. Instead the music frequently bludgeons the listener into wondering why the song wasn’t cut dead about three minutes ago. »