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Amazing reviews for Tindersticks - Waiting Room

Tuesday 16 February 2016

In February 2016 Tindersticks release their 10th studio album The Waiting Room, their first studio album since 2012’s acclaimed The Something Rain.

Each song will have a specially commissioned film to accompany it with the series produced by La Blogoteque and directed by a host of different international film directors including Christoph Girardet (Germany), Claire Denis and Pierre Vinour (France), Gabriel Sanna (Brazil) and Rosie Pedlow and Joe King (UK).

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"An inventive, witty and often deeply moving blend of 1970s soul, jazz and brooding indie rock." ★★★★ (Album of the Week) - Sunday Express

"The Waiting Room arrives like an old friend, resuming the thread of a conversation dating back 20 years or more. The groove is slow and soulful, a handsome backing for frontman Stuart Staples' insistent low croon." ★★★★ - Financial Times

"... the triumphant declaration of a band shapeshifting with sophistication." ★★★★ - Guardian (Read more)

"a new dynamic, finding both grace and fever in their conversation" - 8/10 Uncut Magazine

8/10 - Clash (Read more)

"the overall album is a work of art. the soundscapes are nothing short of phenomenal" 9/10 - Louder than War

"a band still in perfect focus" 4/5 - Mojo

"the waiting room is a rich triumph. you'll be shocked by just how innovative and impressive they've become" 4/5 - Q magazine

"some of the band's most challenging and affecting arrangements to date" 4/5 - Record Collector

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