Proudly serving yoga classes and toke sessions since their sleeper debut, 2001’s ”Simple Things,” down-tempo Brits Zero 7 return with a more accessible set of dreamy love songs. ”Home” proves guest vocalists Sia Furler and Sophie Barker deserve recording contracts, though the tunes unfold so laconically the impatient may not stick around. Too bad – they’ll miss ”Look Up,” which showcases the group’s ability to create snazzy, swoopy orgies of sound.
When It Falls Proudly serving yoga classes and toke sessions since their sleeper debut, 2001's ''Simple Things,'' down-tempo Brits Zero 7 return with a more...When It Falls Proudly serving yoga classes and toke sessions since their sleeper debut, 2001's ''Simple Things,'' down-tempo Brits Zero 7 return with a more...2004-03-12
Producer (group): Palm Pictures, Quango
Posted March 12 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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