Caribou – Suddenly (2020) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Caribou
Album: Suddenly
Genre: Electronic, Leftfield, House, Indietronica
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 43:35
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 896 MB


1-1. Caribou – Sister (02:11)
1-2. Caribou – You and I (04:03)
1-3. Caribou – Sunny’s Time (02:49)
1-4. Caribou – New Jade (03:37)
1-5. Caribou – Home (02:36)
1-6. Caribou – Lime (02:55)
1-7. Caribou – Never Come Back (05:05)
1-8. Caribou – Filtered Grand Piano (00:53)
1-9. Caribou – Like I Loved You (04:05)
1-10. Caribou – Magpie (03:55)
1-11. Caribou – Ravi (04:29)
1-12. Caribou – Cloud Song (06:50)


Suddenly is the most surprising and unpredictable Caribou album to date. Though it retains the trademark Caribou warmth and technicolor, this album is littered with swerves and left turns. Songs drop out and morph into something else entirely just as they’re hitting their stride, samples chopped up beyond all recognition burst out of nowhere. Suddenly refers to the moments of dramatic and unexpected change that occur at points in any life and within any family—universal themes that catch you off guard and change your life in a heartbeat.Busy making music under his other alias Daphni (like 2017’s Joli Mai), UK/Canadian producer Dan Snaith returns to his Caribou moniker to deliver a much awaited follow up to Our Love, released six years ago but whose single Can’t Do Without You no one can forget (much like its remix by Tale Of Us). While Caribou is often recognised for his talent as a producer of impeccable sound, it can be easy to forget that he is also an excellent songwriter. This is a side to the artist that is really highlighted with this album: from the opening ballad Sister, his stripped back voice preludes an extremely personal opus on which he tries to deal with a difficult time he has experienced with his family. “I hope people enjoy listening to them, but these tracks were made for me. It was therapeutic.” Thus Dan Snaith lets everything free on this poignant album. Revealing that he had turned down an offer to work with Rihanna (and regretting it ever since), he dips his toe into hip-hop on Sunny’s Time and Home, future R&B on New Jade and even synthpop on You and I. Caribou strikes gold with Never Come Back, a perfect blend of electro-pop with house-y keyboards, pushy beats, catchy melodies and his signature falsetto. – Smaël Bouaici

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