Their fourth studio album marks their first for K Records and a dramatic progression from their 60s-tinged retro-pop sound to a more textured, experimental and colorful breed of pop music. Renowned for their production and arrangement, SLGTM meshes soaring string sections, harpsichords, and interstellar fuzz guitar with found samples and ghostly wordless vocal melodies. "Fill Up the Room" repeats themes of love, death, and redemption in a way free of teenage existential crises, but leaning more towards feelings of unbearable, unreasonable joy and the desire to celebrate all the misery and terror of life as part of the wonder.
Their fourth studio album marks their first for K Records and a dramatic progression from their 60s-tinged retro-pop sound to a more textured, experimental and colorful breed of pop music. Renowned for their production and arrangement, SLGTM meshes soaring string sections, harpsichords, and interstellar fuzz guitar with found samples and ghostly wordless vocal melodies. "Fill Up the Room" repeats themes of love, death, and redemption in a way free of teenage existential crises, but leaning more towards feelings of unbearable, unreasonable joy and the desire to celebrate all the misery and terror of life as part of the wonder.
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Format: CD
Label: KR
Catalog: 61182
Rel. Date: 10/23/2007
UPC: 789856118229

Fill Up the Room
Artist: Saturday Looks Good To Me
Format: CD
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Their fourth studio album marks their first for K Records and a dramatic progression from their 60s-tinged retro-pop sound to a more textured, experimental and colorful breed of pop music. Renowned for their production and arrangement, SLGTM meshes soaring string sections, harpsichords, and interstellar fuzz guitar with found samples and ghostly wordless vocal melodies. "Fill Up the Room" repeats themes of love, death, and redemption in a way free of teenage existential crises, but leaning more towards feelings of unbearable, unreasonable joy and the desire to celebrate all the misery and terror of life as part of the wonder.