beirut‘s second album ‘the flying club cup‘ is enough to make a first impression beyond charming and enchanting. the creativity weaving within foreign echos of one man mastermind zach condon’s vocals harmonizing, his happiness of accordian keys shuffling, the vibration of what it feels like to have drums pulsating throughout your entire body and of course, the humbled elegance of golden horns cascading in perfect, scattered form.

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