Posted: April 2nd, 2013 by Andrew Stevens
The Besnard Lakes’ Until In Excess, Imperceptible UFO is officially out today! Do not wait to get your hands on this beauty. The record is available online at SC Distribution, iTunes or Amazon. You can also head to your favorite record store for a CD or vinyl copy.
Interested in previewing the new album? You’re in luck! Pitchfork is streaming the record in full as part of their Advance program. After you are acquainted with the Until In Excess, go see Besnard live in concert. Dates and ticket links available HERE.
Until In Excess, Imperceptible UFO
“Lasek and Goreas aren’t mere songwriters who produce pop tunes; they are composers who create musical suites out of sweepingly melodic movements….another Besnard Lakes’ album album that stubbornly demands to be absorbed all at once, from beginning to end.” – Pitchfork
“Each element – each tiny nuance, even – feels very deliberate: the long, syncopated riffs, the extra bars, the meticulous song structures. Every epic build is delivered consciously, aided by detailed production and dramatically dense arrangements (harpists and strongs and Spencer Krug added to the mix here).” – Under The Radar
“It’s rock music, folks, but not as we know it. Canadian husband and wife duo Olga Goreas and Jace Lasek have long since proved their chops as purveyors of elegant, muscular splendor. Now, the pair have hopped into their space buggy and are cruising from planet to planet, beaming back transmissions of dreamy, death-walks romanticism (’46 Satires’) languid grandeur (‘People of The Sticks’), stardust-srinkled soundscapes (‘Catalina’) and wall-of-sound climaxes of rushing noise (swansongs ‘Alamogordo’).” – NME