The long-awaited new record from The Radio Dept. has finally arrived and it was well worth the wait. “Clinging to a Scheme” is the band’s first full-length record since 2006’s “Pet Grief,” and like that record, Scheme finds itself without a throwaway track. The moody wall of feedback guitars create a blanket that perfectly wraps around the dream-like vocals of Johan Duncanson. Standout tracks include the single, “Heaven’s on Fire” and “The Video Dept.,” however each track really is a stand-out on this fabulous piece of pop genius.
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