Dark, serpentine indie rock with crashing crescendos and orchestral chamber pop breaks. Kelly L’Heureux has a smooth voice that fits the album’s many moods, and I suggest digesting In Planetary Sugar from start to finish, as the songs build and wind with purpose. I found this record intriguing, and I can’t stand Slint, who are an obvious influence. Give this a listen, you’ll be surprised.
–Chris Terry (Obscure Me)