It's unfortunate that Seconds can so easily be summed up with a Lush-meets-Stereolab reference, because it does seem that the record adds something interesting to these conventions. Yes, the album's droning instrumentation alternately resembles Mars Audiac Quintet-era Stereolab, Emperor Tomato Ketchup-era Stereolab, and Split-era Lush, and the vocal arrangements are practically pulled straight from the interplay between Laeticia Sadier and Mary Hansen (or, alternately, Miki Berenyi and Emma Andersen), but Seely does a ...

Seconds 1997, Too Pure

UPC: 644918006923

CD

Select