On their fourth studio LP, Split the Difference, Gomez amplify their strengths -- bluesy vocal harmonies, three visionary songwriters, rootsy old instrument tones, and catchy lyrics -- for an album with a super-sized sound. There's also a slight emphasis on the British psychedelic pop of yesteryear. It comes together really nicely, possibly more cohesive than the last effort of In Our Gun. - E.S.
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