A reawakening for the Swedish visionaries, Sincere solidifies their impressive trajectory in a fuzzed out haze of dark and arresting shoegaze pop. An expansive trip through noisier, bittersweet pop realms that recalls My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and Deerhunter.
“One of the best bands in the world” Gorilla vs Bear
Underpinning everything there’s a continuing sense of drama throughout; richly textured crescendos, chiming guitars and delicate melodies are guided by Caroline Landahl’s tender yet sharpened vocals. Sincere is joyously effervescent, but with a dark underbelly where fury manifests in a swirl of entrancing and propulsive percussion.
A gorgeous and dazzling piece of aching romanticism, destined to feature on a thousand mixtapes.
Recorded last year in Malmö, Hater welcomed two new band members and those early day sparks saw them quickly turning demos into fully-formed new songs that appear on the record. Sincere was produced by long-time collaborator Joakim Lindberg and was mixed and mastered by John Cornfield, whose credits include Ride, The Stone Roses and Robert Plant.
“Your next Scandinavian indie pop obsession.” Flood
Jane Weaver's version of "going pop" means reinterpreting the genre conventions of the moment through her very own prism whose faces refract shades of krautrock quirkiness, hues of Stereolab-flavoured languidness, shadows of dreamy psychedelia and tinges of saucy ingenuity. Unconventionality made catchy, accessible, and blissfully beautiful. muschiosauro