The Leisure Society

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The Leisure Society: The Fine Art of Hanging On review – chunky guitars meet loneliness and mortality
The indie-folk band swap rootsy folk for baroque pop, not always successfully, as they explore darker themes

Tshepo Mokoena

09, Apr, 2015 @10:15 PM

The Leisure Society – review
There is a sombreness to the Leisure Society's bucolic folk-pop that chimed with the dankness of the London Aquarium, writes Maddy Costa

Maddy Costa

04, May, 2011 @5:38 PM

The Leisure Society: Into the Murky Water – review
Regret and perkiness make for odd bedfellows on the Leisure Society's second album, writes Ally Carnwath

Ally Carnwath

30, Apr, 2011 @11:05 PM

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The Leisure Society and Ivor Novello: An overnight non-sensation

Experience of Nick Hemming suggests the profile that follows an award or nomination isn't all that great for giving a new act a head start on long slog to the top

Michael Hann

05, Nov, 2009 @11:10 PM

Pop review: The Leisure Society, The Sleeper

This is wonderful, its peculiarly English strain of Americana shot through with longing, finds Paul Mardles

Paul Mardles

15, Mar, 2009 @12:01 AM

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