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Brisbane’s own IDYLLS have released third LP The Barn, their follow-up to 2014’s Prayer for Terrene.

When the band talk about The Barn, it’s a real place as much as an album, and idyllic might not be the word that springs to mind: it’s “a strange and imposing place; a porous and imperfect keeper of harvest and experience, observing seasons of triumph and bitter struggle. Undisclosed things happen there in the quiet – beautiful, ugly and trivial things and the barn carries this history until gradually it becomes obsolete and is replaced by something newer and better, more suited to the times.”

 

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