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You’d expect nothing less from these two. Sam France and Jonathan Rado, the wacky duo who have come to embody the psychedelic rock scene of the late 2010s with their verbose creativity, have released their fifth record. But is it their best? It certainly is in terms of maturity. The lack-luster …And Star Power (2014) left much to be desired due to its trippy and hallucinogenic sound that appeared to rip off Todd Rundgen. The following album Hang (2017) was a vast improvement and not far off the classic We are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic (2013). Sam and Jonathan will soon be entering their thirties; their faces have matured along with their rock’n’roll sound. “How does it feel to be livin’ a lie” sings Sam on Livin’ a lie before he concludes “We should just be friends” on The Conclusion. The duo has aged, mixed things up, and above all, wizened.


Rado has practically become an invaluable and omnipresent member of the world of indie rock: he has worked as a producer for the Lemon Twigs and has been called in for assistance by artists such as Alex Cameron and Father John Misty. He is also responsible for the production of Weyes Blood’s impressive Titanic Rising. With such a résumé Rado is, indeed, indispensable. With Seeing Other People, the duo displays an eighties rock-funk sound, like MGMT had done with Little Dark Age; an arsenal of synths (Face the Facts), a new voice (that of a weathered seducer on Mona) and their own new sense of orchestration (Livin’ a lie). The melodies, while less forceful, are more complex and richer. One wonders what they will achieve in their forties. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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1
Work
00:03:15

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

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Mona
00:04:15

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

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Seeing Other People
00:03:02

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

4
Face the Facts
00:03:20

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

5
Livin' a Lie
00:04:02

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

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The Thing Is
00:03:37

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

7
News
00:05:05

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

8
Flag at Half-Mast
00:05:31

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

9
The Conclusion
00:04:50

Shawn Everett, Mixer - Foxygen, Artist, MainArtist - Sam France, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Jonathan Rado, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Breakfast Horse Music (ASCAP), administered by Secretly Canadian Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2019 Jagjaguwar 2019 Jagjaguwar

Album Description

You’d expect nothing less from these two. Sam France and Jonathan Rado, the wacky duo who have come to embody the psychedelic rock scene of the late 2010s with their verbose creativity, have released their fifth record. But is it their best? It certainly is in terms of maturity. The lack-luster …And Star Power (2014) left much to be desired due to its trippy and hallucinogenic sound that appeared to rip off Todd Rundgen. The following album Hang (2017) was a vast improvement and not far off the classic We are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic (2013). Sam and Jonathan will soon be entering their thirties; their faces have matured along with their rock’n’roll sound. “How does it feel to be livin’ a lie” sings Sam on Livin’ a lie before he concludes “We should just be friends” on The Conclusion. The duo has aged, mixed things up, and above all, wizened.


Rado has practically become an invaluable and omnipresent member of the world of indie rock: he has worked as a producer for the Lemon Twigs and has been called in for assistance by artists such as Alex Cameron and Father John Misty. He is also responsible for the production of Weyes Blood’s impressive Titanic Rising. With such a résumé Rado is, indeed, indispensable. With Seeing Other People, the duo displays an eighties rock-funk sound, like MGMT had done with Little Dark Age; an arsenal of synths (Face the Facts), a new voice (that of a weathered seducer on Mona) and their own new sense of orchestration (Livin’ a lie). The melodies, while less forceful, are more complex and richer. One wonders what they will achieve in their forties. © Charlotte Saintoin/Qobuz

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