The Noise Who Runs may be into strange, compelling and slightly challenging titles, both when it comes to the band’s own nome de plume and their choice of song titles, this one being a particular high-point in wordiness and oddness, but the music found under such titular teasing is nothing short of sublime.

Where it fits into the sonic picture is both something that can be argued until the…

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