Bonnie & Clyde – Guess There's No One

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Much like how I don’t understand how FIFA Records gets away with calling themselves that I often wonder how the estate of Bonnie & Clyde don’t come running to this Swedish bands door. If they did they’d probably just spray them with complimentaries for making such luxurious audio though. ‘The Great Tram Robbery’ is Fanny Wijk’s and Rickard Hallin’s new produce and if ‘Guess There’s No One’ is anything to go by it may become the top Swedish release of the year (and that is saying something believe me). Naturally steeped in retroness Bonnie & Clyde are a close match for Camera Obscura and thus specialise in close harmonies and intricate lo-fi instrumentation. This is a far more instant pleasure than their last appearance here, but pleasingly stands up to fairly rigorous repeat listens. A joy. KD

Bonnie & Clyde – Guess There’s No One

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More Info: Official & Myspace
Buy Songs: Bonnie & Clyde
Year: 2008

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  1. June 12, 2008
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    i feel like i just jumped into the past with that video, more so from the sound though. she sounds like the singer of a 60’s or 70’s band. sounds good.

  2. June 13, 2008
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    I agree with ‘thisredbook.’ It’s a jump in the past and I could picture this back in the 60’s, with hippies throwing flowers at their concert. We don’t get enough of this nowadays and it’s a nice change.

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