“I feel like I’m tasting a fine wine in one of those old-style foody TV shows with Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke as I listen to Let There Be Light and make sense of what I’m getting on my aural palette.” These are the impressions of Mike Ainscoe of At The Barrier, who has a robust review of the first LP by Sun Atoms. “Psychedelic fusion, post pop, dark wave, grand production and minimalism all feature in a maelstrom of creation as Atoms and [producer] Peter Holmstrom generate the excitement via a remote collaboration. And it’s all terribly groovy.” Read the full review, and see the video for standout track “Don’t Take Me To Your Leader,” here.
After a solid adds week, Let There Be Light goes for NACC Chart debuts next week. Get this neopsych masterpiece started at your station now.