There's something very lovely and endearing about the simplicity and fun this album brings. Lauren Mayberry has a very cute voice and I still have yet to find someone who hasn't really loved this album. rThis resurgence of synth pop music in the past few years has brought us a lot of really cool albums and artists and the like so it's really cool to see what different artists are doing with it. The melody and music behind The Bones of What You Believe is so simple but works so well with Mayberry's voice it really is hard to find anything wrong with this album (there isn't). r
Call back 80s synth pop that has a lot of character and depth to it. Not a song is skippable. 'Science/Visions' sounds like it would fit in nicely on the 'Night at the Roxbury' soundtrack. 'Tether''s alternating sides are also a highlight (a beautiful reverb-tinged chord pattern diving into an epileptic synth jam). Lauren Mayberry is also a delight - aggressive in her lyrics, but innocent in her delivery. Absolute gem.