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  2. Take two listens of Why That Doesn’t Surprise Me and call me in the morning. The latest long-player from this Melbourne-based trio, their sixth official release, offers up more of the same, a fine thing considering how adept The Lucksmiths are at what they do.
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  5. Sep 12,  · The cognoscenti will appreciate subtleties such as "Fear of Rollercoasters"' use of amusement-park phobia as a metaphor for that rush of fear when embarking on a new romance. All in all, another lovely album from the Lucksmiths, which doesn't surprise me at all/5(3).
  6. The Great Dividing Range Lyrics: There's a blanket on a mattress on my sister's floor / There's a bookmark in the atlas that I left you / I know we've been as far apart as this before / But take a.
  7. In the past, I have tended to think of the Lucksmiths primarily as a singles band, not least because some of their best songs had been available only on seven inch singles. Even their best album, ‘Why That Doesn’t Surprise Me’, contained seven or eight corkers and a little bit of throwaway filler.
  8. At this point, the Lucksmiths seem fated to a lifetime of comparisons to Belle & Sebastian-- granted, both bands share a common sensibility distinguished by the same cynical lyricism, gorgeously immediate melodies, and gilded harmonies, but with the stunning Why That Doesn't Surprise Me, the Lucksmiths have plainly staked out their own territory as well.

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