Über das Label No Pain In Pop ist "Beliefs" in Europa als LP, CD und Download erhältlich.
The album was produced by the band's own Josh Korody, with sessions taking place at three different studios over the course of a year. Its fuzzy, fog-shrouded shoegaze sound alludes to classic acts like My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive, while bringing enough of themselves into the mix to keep things fresh.
The album will please fuzz-lovers with distortion-filled amp-melters like "Catch My Breath," while seven-and-a-half minute closer "Gallows Bird" begins with contemplative arpeggios before exploding into a cinematic epic.
Beamed up from the same Canadian hype scene that made good with Grimes and Doldrums, Toronto duo Beliefs are, in a musical sense, the blissed-out siblings of their freaky Montreal buddies. Clinging to the shaky shoegaze train, they manage to not be totally boring – unlike 99.9 per cent of their genre compatriots. Songs like ‘Catch My Breath’ give a serotonin injection to soaring dreampop that’s every bit as spiritual as their name suggests. What’s more, singer-guitarist Jesse Crowe used to have a hairdressing salon called – ahem – Grateful Head. Their self-titled debut LP – out March 4 on No Pain In Pop [March 5th on Hand Drawn Dracula & Manimal] – promises nifty cuts of the sonic variety.