Mini Review: The Forms

The Forms caught my attention very early, but they almost got lost amongst a sea of new music. If anything, I'm writing this to prevent myself from forgetting about them again. The self-titled album which they have recently released is actually their second, though it's the first I've heard. Their sound is an interesting one, which concentrates on building layers of smooth, washy harmonies rather than defined, crisp melodies. It works quite well for them and often evokes memories of TV On The Radio. If I had one criticism, it would probably be that many of the songs sound too alike, failing to really define themselves. All in all, this album is certainly worth a look if you enjoy the song below.

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