Friendly Fires - Pala

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Reading the various reviews here and there, on the Pala Friendly Fires, I believed they have been able to repeat the triumph of the debut album. And so as not to get out of the atmosphere I chose to write the review, after hearing the cd, in the "natural environment", ie on a beach, enjoying my coffee, and watching the sea.

Finally I can not say that I changed my mind, than what I had heard before. The Pala is fun, summer, flows quickly without being annoying. But there is no moment or song that didn't interest me, which makes me want to include in  my folders. They all could get there, because the songs are well set, with good melodies, lyrics interpretation. But I feel that will put none.

That's because it is somewhat superficial and there were moments that I was not sure what song I heard every time. And yes, I used  fast forward, I am ashamed to say, but I did too. If I could make out some of the songs these are melodic Running Away and True Love, which is the only one that has the sauciness of the debut album.

The Pala is not a bad cd. Quite the contrary. Remains true to its indie-electronica with many elements of nu-disco aesthetic, one that "runs" particularly in recent years. Synths, sharp rhythms, loud, dance baselines, everything is here. But all we've heard better, and by them in the debut Friendly Fires. The Pala tilted slightly to the "naive" pop.

Maybe I expected more from Friendly Fires. If I were to keep the score it would be somewhere between 6 to 10 (come on 6.5).

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