Peter, Bjorn & John (PB&J)

Living Thing

2009-05-11

This is the trio’s follow up to their 2006 release “Writer’s Block.” Take heed however, as this album is completely different to PB&J's persistently perky last album… There are no “whistling” tracks such as “Young Folks,” instead you will find relatively muted synthesized thrum, which snakes under each refrain without ever giving way to full-fledged reverie. The subtle, earthy sounds aptly create a “living” atmosphere on the album. -Reviewed By LaRae

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