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Stuart Staples was already nurturing seeds for a different kind of Tindersticks album before lockdown halted their tour in early 2020. If 2019's No Treasure But Hope saw the band rediscovering themselves as a unit, the follow-up reconfigures that unit so that everything familiar about Tindersticks sounds fresh again.
Distractions is an album of subtle realignments and connections from a restless, intuitive band. Rich in texture and atmosphere, it lives between its open spaces and details, always finding new ways to connect with a song.
If it's an album that resists easy summation, at least one thing is clear: though it isn't untouched by the lockdown, Distractions is not a "lockdown album." As Staples says, "I think the confinement provided an opportunity for something that was already happening. It is definitely a part of the album, but not a reaction to it."
|Man Alone (Can't Stop The Fadin')||11:07|
|I Imagine You||5:36|
|A Man Needs A Maid||4:42|
|Lady With The Braid||6:59|
|You'll Have To Scream Louder||5:14|
|The Bough Bends||9:36|