Every so often the Spires send me a record, and every so often I put the rest of the day away and let that Spires record do what must be done.
Chris Ziegler-L.A. RECORD
The Spires play exquisite pop music for wide open spaces, fusing together a decidedly angular sound with a laid-back vibe.
-The Independent -
If these songs were to take physical form, they would be origami. Delicate, precise, graceful geometry. Beautiful math. The Spires should be huge, but there’s something essential about their subterranean status.
VC Reporter -
Not many bands today are capable of tracks like “Flames (You & I)”, a no-frills blast of nostalgia that reminds of ’70s rock groups like Television and The Go-Betweens.
-Obscure Sound -
The Spires deliver another spacious jangling beauty of a record.
-The Finest Kiss -
I arrive on your digital doorstep once again to sing the praises of the Spires, whose slack, jangling guitar pop continues to seduce the same way the great U.K. indie bands of the ’80s and ’90s did.
Kevin Bronson - Buzz Bands
you would be cheating yourself if you didn't give this album a chance.
-When You Motor Away -
Originally released August 11th 2013
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