“If you’re looking for a pretty melody then look no further, Mondrian have whipped up a record that’s so sweet and romantic that it’s only something the French could think up of. Cute beat and lovingly twee vocals. The sound of young love, walking hand in hand and soaking up the simple pleasures of life and stealing a kiss in the process.” Stagedive Malta, 01/10/2012.
“A smooth sound that combines catchy production with fresh vocals and some Parisian flare.” Not Some Kid, 01/11/2012.
“Unmistakably and unashamedly French but with the universal appeal that saw Phoenix win so many of us over, as this comparison seems a slightly lazy one, Flood Of Kool is full of sweet, inventive pop songs with killer hooks and softly sung harmonies that also recalls the hazy beauty of Wild Nothing and Beach Fossils.” Gold Flake Paint, 01/12/2012.
“Poppy Death Cab for Cutie-esque sound working really well and English-as-a-second-language lyrics that are never awkward or hamhanded.” Surviving the Golden Age, 01/13/2012.
“There is elegancy in their sound, it seems that each notes played is thought.” Vocododo, 01/13/2012.
"I can hear confidence and candor between the lines of their music." Layabozi, 01/18/0212.
released January 1, 2012
All songs by Roman Oswald & Morning Crash.
Mixed by Morning Crash.
Recorded at Hameau Clinchard.
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