Originally released in 2001, Quiet Is The New Loud is the debut album from Norwegian indie folksters Kings of Convenience. Calming yet full of melancholy, the duo pairs unassuming harmonies with acoustic arrangements, and tracks like “Winning A Battle,”Toxic Girl,” “I Don’t Know What I Can Save You From,” “Leaning Against The Wall,” and “The Passenger” explain why the dudes are often compared to the likes of Simon & Garfunkel. This is a indie-exclusive reissue by Astralworks, available for the first time since the original drop. Also, check Versus, which is a remix album that immediately followed Quiet... with appearance by Four Tet, Royksopp, Bamboo Soul, and more.
- limited-edition, indie-exclusive reissue
- music label: Astralwerks 2001 / 2016
reviewed by buffalo fingers 04/2016
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