Loveispop’s Michael McCarthy posted an awesome review of the brand new album, “Structures!” To start, he said of the release:

“Swedish indie-pop trio Like Swimming’s Structures is easily one of the year’s finest releases of any genre and a highly impressive debut at that. I come across a lot of great music, constantly checking out new stuff to review here on Love is Pop, but sometimes artists tend to blend together. I’ll get so many albums that all tend to sound the same, like they’re all trying to copy each other. So, when a band like this comes along, it makes me pause and stop listening to so much other new stuff so that I can stay with it and savor it. This is not an album I want to review and forget about three months later. I want this album to be part of the soundtrack to my life and if you like indie pop then I’ve no doubt that you will, too.”

He ends, saying ” Whenever I listen to it, I start tapping my foot or swaying my head from side to side, finding it impossible to sit still. It’s a truly magnificent earworm that you’ll want to keep inside your head for days. But then that could be said about all of the tracks on hand. Granted, there are some tracks that are more moody and melancholic than catchy, but they’re all blissful and memorable. That’s much more than I can say about the majority of albums that I have come across recently. If you check out one indie pop album I’ve reviewed this year, it should be this one.”

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