One of the more difficult things for bands to do is to stay consistent while keeping it interesting. Los Campesinos! fourth studio release, Hello Sadness
, is what we've come to know and expect from the band, but that's not necessarily a bad thing, especially with a band occupying the last legs of a forgotten genre. There are no true surprises, no jarring experimentation, but the album is still different and darker in timbre, and absolutely, undeniably Los Camp. Sometimes it's nice to get what you paid for (even if you didn't actually pay).
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