The Radar Bros.' close harmonies are velvety and gauzy, and their melodies are swathed in a densely (but judiciously) textured, shimmering ensemble sound of gently distorted guitars, lush keyboards, and understated drumming. The only real flaw in their game plan: no uptempo tunes at all, nada. With their unhurried cadences, Pages' songs tend to blur together in one sitting. But in small doses, or on a really rainy day when you just can't bring yourself to go outdoors, The Fallen Leaf Pages is as comforting as a cup of hot cocoa and a fleece blanket.
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