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The Union Chapel, London

July 9, 2007

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by Morph Agent

It's been ten years since every teenager in the UK smoked cannabis to 'Ladies and Gentlemen we are Floating in Space', but Jason Pierce and his group are still wearing their metaphorical astronaut helmets.

And what better place to witness them, than in the vast etheral chambers of London's Union Chapel. Forget all the God stuff for a minute here: the acoustics are excellent as songs like 'Broken Heart' ring out through the high ceilings.

Illustrated by a string quartet, the music walks the line between the choral and the chilled indie. The songs do become repetitive on occasion (and this writer completely nodded off at one point) but it all makes a refreshing change from going deaf to manic drummers.

Jason's may still be floating in space, but his group certainly aren't an oddity.

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