Not to be confused with Save the Clock Tower.
"an infectious collection of indie-pop songs"
— NPR's World Cafe
"There is a guarentee that you can dance, prance, hop, frolic and even break it down while listening to Through The Glass."
— Briana Cheng, Earmilk.com
"This might be electronic music, but it's closer in spirit to the pure-pop sugar of Passion Pit and Yeasayer, with maybe a dash of Tame Impala psychedelics swirled in. Hooks soar, beats and bleeps throb and it's all done with such impeccable sincerity that it's hard not to enjoy yourself tremendously along the way."
— Sasha Geffen, Windy City Rock
“With their psychedelic sensibility, the trio that calls themselves Save the Clocktower does well when it comes to offering the unexpected. And yet, they excel at doing more than simply sidestepping predictability. Songs such as the hazy “You Got Me” and the loopy “The One Thing” come across as both bizarre and beguiling, showing their penchant for experimentation and cosmic concoction. Yet when they opt to tailor a soothing melody, ala “They,” or “Headphones,” the band shows they’re capable of more than mere mischief or mayhem. Indeed, the propulsive drive of a song like “Taped Noise” proves genuinely compelling despite its eerier attributes. Suffice it to say Carousel deserves a spin, despite — or more likely, because of – its share of intriguing twists and turns.”
— Lee Zimmerman, No Depression
“strangely alluring and intoxicating, quirky and engaging”
— Richard Milne, WXRT-Chicago
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