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In Our Bedroom After the War
Stars bedroom.jpg
Studio album by Stars
ReleasedJuly 10, 2007
September 25, 2007
RecordedWarehouse Studios
GenreIndie Pop, baroque pop, art rock
Length55:51
LabelArts & Crafts
Stars chronology

In Our Bedroom After the War is the fourth studio album by Stars, released on September 25, 2007 on the Arts & Crafts record label. It was released to digital retailers on July 10, 2007, in an attempt to battle the album's leak.[11] The title was announced by Amy Millan in an interview with the Toronto Star, and the release date was previously announced by Torquil Campbell on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

The record was recorded in Vancouver and mixed in Toronto by Joe Chiccarelli. Author Daniel Handler has written a story for the liner notes of the album and plays the accordion in Barricade.[12] In an interview with MTV Live, Stars frontman Torquil Campbell indicated that one of the goals of the band was to create an album that comes across as a unified whole through careful sequencing and thoughtful storytelling instead of simply sounding like a collection of tracks.[13] The first single from the album is "Take Me to the Riot", and the second single is "The Night Starts Here."

The album was initially released with a bonus DVD documentary of the Set Yourself on Fire tour, titled "Are We Here Now?"[14]

The album was a nominee for the 2008 Polaris Music Prize.[15]

References

  1. ^ "Absolute Punk review". 
  2. ^ In Our Bedroom After the War at AllMusic
  3. ^ CHARTattack review
  4. ^ NME review
  5. ^ Now Magazine review
  6. ^ Paste review
  7. ^ Pitchfork Media review
  8. ^ Rolling Stone review
  9. ^ The Second Supper review
  10. ^ Stylus Magazine review
  11. ^ Pitchfork: Stars Battle Leaks by Releasing Digital Bedroom Today!
  12. ^ Virgin Festival 07 - Stars 1/3 | MuchMusic.com | AXS
  13. ^ Siddiqui, Tabassum. "Stars' Light Still Bright". AOL Music. Archived from the original on July 25, 2011. Retrieved February 1, 2016. 
  14. ^ Stars Add DVD to Bedroom, Announce New Single
  15. ^ Polaris Music Prize

External links

  • French review of "In our bedroom after the war" by the webzine Culturopoing
  • "Stars performer", Toronto Star, April 28, 2007
   

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