Album Review: Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride
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After a six-year silence, some bands would (and perhaps should) consider a comeback a matter of seriousness. Thankfully, however, Vampire Weekend uphold their witty charm with Father of The Bride by not overthinking or overcomplicating their return.
Album Art 'Father of the Bride' (2019)
From their early beginnings in 2008, Ezra Koenig and Co. have mastered the art of writing about the obscurity of privileged life as they went from preppy university students to arena-sellouts in what seemed like a heartbeat. Still, there was always a sense of mania and oddness to the group as they moved from a life of studenthood to the reality of their 20s and 30s. In time they became more serious, with their third and last album, Modern Vampires of the City, feeling almost haunted with its eerie, processed sounds.
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