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Rock - Publicado el 27 de octubre de 2009 | Virgin Records

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El tercer álbum de Kings of Convenience es relajado, suave y ensoñador. Las voces de la pareja se mezclan como miel y más miel, poseyendo cada uno de ellos unas cuerdas vocales hechas de algodón de azúcar. Este álbum es más escueto que el anterior; no hay cantantes invitados ni muchos instrumentos adicionales (cuerdas, piano) lo que le da al producto un sonido muy íntimo. Entre esto, los susurros del dúo y las canciones pacíficas, son todavía más tranquilos y más moderados que nada de lo que hayan hecho hasta la fecha. El estado de ánimo de reflexión introspectiva no se interrumpe y casi se convierte en algo insoportablemente omnipresente en el tema "My Ship Isn't Pretty". Declaration of Dependence resulta ser otro tesoro otoñal de los Kings. © Tim Sendra /TiVo
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Pop - Publicado el 18 de junio de 2021 | Virgin Records Ltd

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Though they never really went away, emerging for the occasional live performance or an ill-fated start at an album, Kings of Convenience -- the Norwegian duo of singer/guitarists Erik Glambek Bøe and Erlend Øye -- nonetheless ended up with a 12-year gap between their Billboard 200-charting fourth album (depending on how you count), Declaration of Dependence, and 2021's Peace or Love. The project's gentle, acoustic-centered approach and sophisticated harmonic textures don't skip a beat, however, on a set that connects the dots between wistful indie pop, airy, syncopated bossa nova, and singer/songwriter folk traditions. Some of the album's standouts include the warm, silky bossa outing "Angel," an eyebrow-raising, whispery ode to an object of affection ("Though she might be/Just slightly/Promiscuous"). The more somber opener "Rumours" showcases the duo's elegant vocal harmonies, while the melancholy, uncertain "Killers" relies on a solo vocal over their interlaced fingerstyle guitar lines. These are further highlighted by pair of duets with Feist; the spacious "Love Is a Lonely Thing" dispenses with vulnerable relationship advice as the singers trade lines, only coming together for the words "Once you've known that magic/Who can live without it?" Later, "Catholic Country," which was co-written with the Staves, offers further Gilberto-inspired stylings and a brisker tempo on a duet softly fleshed out by piano and percussion. While Kings of Convenience don't cover fresh territory with Peace or Love, they do what they do as impeccably as ever here and offer a handful of changeups and hummable tunes along the way. It should serve as a welcome return for any established fans. © Marcy Donelson /TiVo
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Alternativa & Indie - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2004 | Source UK

Mientras el primer álbum fue un error en cuanto a consistencia, aquí el dúo parece haber aprendido la importante lección de ritmo y variedad. Los arreglos son plenos, con pianos, cuerdas, guitarra eléctrica ocasional y geniales voces invitadas en dos temas de Leslie Feist, miembro de Broken Social Scene. La gentilmente interpretada "Misread", el cadencioso vals "Stay Out of Trouble" y la francamente vivaz "I'd Rather Dance with You". La incursión en la electrónica efectuada en paralelo por el miembro de la banda Erlend Øye sólo asoma en "Love Is No Big Truth", que no es música electrónica pero tiene un sonido muy moderno. Para quienes les gustó el primer disco pero hubieran deseado que fuera más interesante, que tuviera más empuje tanto de sonido como de variedad emocional, sus deseos se han hecho realidad. © Tim Sendra /TiVo
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Pop - Publicado el 30 de abril de 2021 | Virgin Records Ltd

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Pop - Publicado el 18 de junio de 2021 | Virgin Records Ltd

Though they never really went away, emerging for the occasional live performance or an ill-fated start at an album, Kings of Convenience -- the Norwegian duo of singer/guitarists Erik Glambek Bøe and Erlend Øye -- nonetheless ended up with a 12-year gap between their Billboard 200-charting fourth album (depending on how you count), Declaration of Dependence, and 2021's Peace or Love. The project's gentle, acoustic-centered approach and sophisticated harmonic textures don't skip a beat, however, on a set that connects the dots between wistful indie pop, airy, syncopated bossa nova, and singer/songwriter folk traditions. Some of the album's standouts include the warm, silky bossa outing "Angel," an eyebrow-raising, whispery ode to an object of affection ("Though she might be/Just slightly/Promiscuous"). The more somber opener "Rumours" showcases the duo's elegant vocal harmonies, while the melancholy, uncertain "Killers" relies on a solo vocal over their interlaced fingerstyle guitar lines. These are further highlighted by pair of duets with Feist; the spacious "Love Is a Lonely Thing" dispenses with vulnerable relationship advice as the singers trade lines, only coming together for the words "Once you've known that magic/Who can live without it?" Later, "Catholic Country," which was co-written with the Staves, offers further Gilberto-inspired stylings and a brisker tempo on a duet softly fleshed out by piano and percussion. While Kings of Convenience don't cover fresh territory with Peace or Love, they do what they do as impeccably as ever here and offer a handful of changeups and hummable tunes along the way. It should serve as a welcome return for any established fans. © Marcy Donelson /TiVo
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Rock - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2004 | Virgin

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Rock - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2005 | Source UK

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Pop - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2005 | Source UK

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Rock - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2004 | Virgin Records

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Rock - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2004 | Virgin