Requiem for O.M.M.2
I Was Never Young
Wraith Pinned to the Mist and Other Games
Forecast Fascist Future
So Begins Our Alabee
Our Spring Is Sweet Not Fleeting
Party's Crashing Us
Knight Rider
I Was a Landscape in Your Dream
Death of a Shade of a Hue
Oslo in the Summertime
October Is Eternal
Repudiated Immortals
Art Snob Solutions
Actor Oppobrium
Keep Sending Me Black Fireworks
Everyday Feels Like Sunday



Hailing from Athens, Of Montreal have carved their own niche in the indie-pop world, establishing themselves as a uniquely twisted band that thrills fans with compelling live performances, delights critics with their constant innovations and refinements, and continually showcases their musical evolution that culls together influences as varied as Brian Eno, Television, Prince, and the Shins. "The Sunlandic Twins" is their most cohesive and adventurous record to date. It plays out like an electro pop opera. Beginning buoyant and opalescent, traversing a labyrinthine Neptune, and climaxing in blackout darkness one only discovers in warm solitude.

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