The first track on Liars' forthcoming fifth album, Sisterworld, beguiles the listener—coaxing us into a soft bed of vocal melodies and quiet orchestral arrangements that, at the risk of sounding trite, sound not unlike something from a post-Kid A Radiohead. Then, ever so abruptly, a smash of drums and distorted guitars remind us this is indeed a Liars song. It's an interesting re-introduction to a band that continues to challenge themselves both musically and in concept.
Sisterworld is out March 9 on Mute.
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