It's also pure indie pop, but Lucky Soul were always out of step even among the Bowlie set. Their 2007 debut, The Great Unwanted, was not only meticulously crafted and emotionally overflowing, but also polished for a popular appeal it could never realistically attain. Not that it did poorly: Despite being self-released and receiving little attention from big U.S. print publications, the record boasts worldwide sales of 50,000 copies. Three years later, sophomore album A Coming of Age is that much further removed from prevailing trends, and it's not quite as immediately endearing, but it's a little more grown-up. And it's still pretty easy to like.
01 Woah Billy!
02 White Russian Doll
03 Up In Flames
05 Upon Hilly Fields
06 A Coming Of Age
07 Warm Water
08 Ainâ€™t Nothinâ€™ Like A Shame (To Bring It All Back Home)
09 Thatâ€™s When Trouble Begins
10 Southern Melancholy
11 Our Heart
12 Could Be I Donâ€™t Belong Anywhere
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