Too Beautiful To Work (Vinyl)  - Luyas, The

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Comprised of former members and touring members of Arcade Fire, Bell Orchestre and Miracle Fortress, The Luyas are the latest Canadian band to sign with exciting taste-maker label Dead Oceans (The Tallest Man On Earth, Phosphorescent). Recorded in Toronto by Candian mastermind Jeff McMurrich (Tindersticks, Constantines, Owen Pallett), the Montreal band's dreamy sound is owed to their daring choice of instruments: the basic keys, guitar and drums are lifted by French Horns and Moodswingers (a 12-string electric zither)! Too Beautiful To Work is a collection of picture-perfect, echo-drenched, space-age pop songs.

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. Too Beautiful to Work
  2. Worth Mentioning
  3. Tiny Head
  4. Moodslayer
  5. Canary
  6. Spherical Mattress
  7. Cold Canada
  8. What Mercy Is
  9. I Need Mirrors
  10. Seeing Things
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