Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement

For many hard-time fans, Brighten the Corners is part of the holy trinity with Crooked Rain and Wowee Zowee. As such it combines the anarchy of the band's previous slop with a expert grasp on hook and pop dynamics. Before we get all nostalgic about how great this record is let's just consider the songs in cold contemporary light: the wild pop ecstasy of Stereo, the sweetly melancholic Shady Lane, the crooked joyful Type Slowly and the lo-fi poet punk of Embassy Row. All of these tracks are embedded in the indie psyche and for good reason.

Pavement

Brighten The Corners

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Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement
LP

£21.99

Black
Released 12/02/2021Catalogue Number

OLE1970

Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement
CD

£8.99

Released 08/01/2021Catalogue Number

OLE1972

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Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement
CDx2

£12.99

With 24 Track Extra CD.

Released 13/11/2020Catalogue Number

OLE8052

Pavement

Brighten The Corners

Matador
Album artwork for Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement by Brighten The Corners - Pavement
Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement
LP

£21.99

Black
Released 12/02/2021Catalogue Number

OLE1970

Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement
CD

£8.99

Released 08/01/2021Catalogue Number

OLE1972

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Brighten The Corners by Pavement
CDx2

£12.99

With 24 Track Extra CD.

Released 13/11/2020Catalogue Number

OLE8052

For many hard-time fans, Brighten the Corners is part of the holy trinity with Crooked Rain and Wowee Zowee. As such it combines the anarchy of the band's previous slop with a expert grasp on hook and pop dynamics. Before we get all nostalgic about how great this record is let's just consider the songs in cold contemporary light: the wild pop ecstasy of Stereo, the sweetly melancholic Shady Lane, the crooked joyful Type Slowly and the lo-fi poet punk of Embassy Row. All of these tracks are embedded in the indie psyche and for good reason.