Radar Eyes

Label: HoZac
Release Date: 25th June 2012
For Fans Of:
Spacemen 3, Brian Eno, Primal Scream, RIDE, Bubblegum Lemonade, The Ponys, The Church, Meat Whiplash, Hot Machines, The Pixies

 1. In Love
 2. Prairie Puppies
 3. Miracle
 4. Accident
 5. I Am
 6. Secrets
 7. Bear Bee
 8. Disconnection 
 9. Summer Shills
 10. In Time
 11. Side Of Road

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Release Date: 25th June 2012 via HoZac

We’ve been waiting for this moment from Radar Eyes for years. This debut album is more of a pinnacle of modern noise pop than just another invigorating album to get warmed up to on a cold morning.
Soaring guitars and heavenly vocal interplay, all screaming along with such interstellar melody and power, you’d think they were on the brink of signing to Creation Records. They have been quietly building an explosive array of hits for the past few years, and now their incredible shine has become unavoidable as they crush together spacey noise with pop hooks so devastating, we just had to ask them to put out their debut album.
Here, finally on the LP format they’re best suited for, they’ve aligned their angelic guitar transcendency to come to full fruition, heralding a fresh new layer of palpitating excitement to their timeless sound they’ve honed to such a fine point. This is a band that understands how to control themselves under all the constraints, firing off powerfully direct, gigantic synthesized pop anthems that twist and turn with the best of their influences and lock themselves deep inside your head.
Radar Eyes encompass a sound that’s familiar, yet revealing, driving neurotic, icy 12-string guitar lines over heavenly blocks of perfectly contained noise and rhythm, bound by a untamed spirit that hovers on the brink of explosion, creating an irresistible tension all but lost in most modern music.
As with any band exemplifying great songwriting range, these tracks run effortlessly from surging walls of heavenly guitar noise a la Primal Scream, Warm Jets-era Brian Eno, or The Ponys, into their own style of entrancingly idyllic synth-driven pop that will truly set them apart from their contemporaries.
And if the album’s final cut says anything about where they’ll go from here, everyone with functioning eardrums has a lot to look forward to from Radar Eyes, truly one of Chicago’s best assemblages of mesmerizing and cohesively unwavering pop brilliance.
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