Junip - Line Of Fire

José González and his band Junip are gearing up to release a follow-up to 2010′s Fields this spring and if “Line Of Fire” is a taste of what’s to come, then we’re in for something cinematic. Here, the Swedish trio create Baroque pop walls, ascending as each verse concludes and culminating in emotional strings and driving percussion. Check it out below.

Junip’s forthcoming self-titled album is due out this spring on Mute.

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Comments (8)
  1. i lika dis too!

  2. oh man oh man oh man!

  3. Yep, this is a JAM

  4. Nice, pretty song. But flawed by poor engineering and production. This sort of music needs to ‘soar’ and the production team but a blanket on it.

    • I absolutely agree! And the mixing with the strings makes it sound compressed, which is really a shame because it’s a very nice song.

  5. Bingo was his name – o.

  6. Very nice indeed.

  7. Thanks Stereogum! I look forward to listening to this.

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