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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: Their lyrics feature references to everything from numerology to pre-Socratic philosophy. The very music of ''Hidden'' also seems designed to invoke this.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic: Discussed in "Swords of Truth" - "You know I'll be thinking this music's symbolic, this music is weightless and when I sing, so am I".


They have released four albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', falls somewhere between the styles of the previous two.

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They have released four albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced often compared by Music/TheFall critics to Music/TheFall, and featuring featured very obtuse and literate lyrics.lyrics, combined with hip hop and dancehall-derived rhythms. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', falls somewhere between the styles of the previous two.


They have released three albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', falls somewhere between the styles of the previous two.

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They have released three four albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', falls somewhere between the styles of the previous two.

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** ''Inside the Rose'' can be considered a blend of the styles of the previous two albums.


They have released three albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', is a mixture between the styles of the previous two.

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They have released three albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', is a mixture falls somewhere between the styles of the previous two.


These New Puritans is an English rock band founded in 2006.

They have released three albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On their newest, ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material.

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These New Puritans is an English rock band founded in 2006.

They have released three albums so far, all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On their newest, ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material.
material. Their latest, ''Inside the Rose'', is a mixture between the styles of the previous two.

The band consists of twin brothers [[FaceOfTheBand Jack]] (vocals, guitar, producer, multi-instrumentalist) and George Barnett (drums, programming), but have previously included Thomas Hein (bass guitar, sampler, keyboards, percussion) and Sophie Sleigh-Johnson (keyboards, sampler) in their ranks, having both left to pursue their own projects.



'''The band consists of'''':
* [[FaceOfTheBand Jack Barnett]] - Lead vocals, guitar, producer, multi-instrumentalist
* George Barnett - Drums, programming
* Thomas Hein - Bass guitar, sampler, keyboards, percussion
* Sophie Sleigh-Johnson - Keyboards, sampler

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'''The band consists of'''':
* [[FaceOfTheBand Jack Barnett]] - Lead vocals, guitar, producer, multi-instrumentalist
* George Barnett - Drums, programming
* Thomas Hein - Bass guitar, sampler, keyboards, percussion
* Sophie Sleigh-Johnson - Keyboards, sampler




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* ''Inside the Rose'' (2019)


---> What's your favourite number, what does it mean?
'''"Numbers"'''

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---> What's -> ''"What's your favourite number, what does it mean?
'''"Numbers"'''
mean?"''
-->-- "Numbers"

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** ''Field of Reeds'' also counts- it's practically the exact opposite in terms of ''Hidden'' sonically, in spite of the fact that they're using a similar sonic palette.


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** It's taken up to 11 on ''Field of Reeds'', where his voice so quietly sung among the rest of the instrumentation that he's frequently unintelligible.


They have released two albums so far, both of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music.

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They have released two three albums so far, both all of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music. On their newest, ''Field of Reeds'', they've drifted further into a neoclassical influence, this time with an emphasis on much slower, understated material.




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* ''Field of Reeds'' (2013)



** ''Field of Reeds'' has some of their longest tracks to date- "The Light in Your Name" (6:03) "V (Island Song)" (9:16), "Spiral" (6:03), "Nothing Else" (7:49), and the title track (6:29). Another track that would fall into this category from ''Hidden'' is the track "Drum Courts - Where Corals Lie", which makes it into the category of "Epic rocking", modestly, at 6:14. They also did a track, around the time of ''Beat Pyramid'', called "Navigate, Navigate", which reaches 15:37.



* KidsRock: "Attack Music" features a children's choir.

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* KidsRock: "Attack Music" features a children's choir. The same choir also shows up on fellow ''Hidden'' tracks "Orion" and "5".


They have released two albums so far, both of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music.

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They have released two albums so far, both of them very different. ''Beat Pyramid'' was a PostPunk style album, heavily influenced by TheFall Music/TheFall and featuring very obtuse and literate lyrics. ''Hidden'' was something else entirely - an extremely weird album based largely around electronics and EverythingIsAnInstrument samples, featuring a horn section and Japanese taiko drums on most songs and with influences from world music and neoclassical music.

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