In English :
|France Inter - C'est Lenoir||21/01/1998
interview by Bernard lenoir and Lydie Barbarian.
|a nice introduction to the band|
|Lift Zine||interview by Miki||an interview for a japanese fanzine|
|Saturday Telegraph Magazine||28/3/1998||"But, best of all, they are definitely not the next Oasis."|
|Sunday Times||It runs
in the family
is probably set to become the first British pop star with a degree in
Russian from Oxford University. "
review of the gig at the Dingwall's, London
so many supernovas still spinning madly, don't fall into this black hole.
Don't let this fungus grow over your youth. "
basically the nastiest review ever written about UT
|Channel 4 teletext||interview||"Someone told us they were driving along listening to our album and they got lost, so that could be dangerous."|
|Sibling revelry||it is time for one of my favourite interview ploys - reading palms|
|BBC 1 teletext||review of almost here||At least they understood that Be Ready is a great song.|
|NME||review of Higher Than Reason||"it would seem The Unbelievable Truth have leapt straight from puberty to mid-life crisis before you can say "Crowded House"."|
|Vox Magazine||review of almost here||"'The Bends Part II' it certainly isn't; it's a gem, an album that moves you not with muscle but with a murmur. "|
interview at la route du rock
(+ sound !)
|"the best thing any band can do is play to their strength. And I think our strength is being emotional and minimalist. And I think we do that really well"|
|Spin Magazine||review of Almost here||"an album of reflective, melancholy vignettes full of hope as much as they are of heartbreak."|
|Record Collector||review of Building||"'99 should hopefully see a blinding second album, and the now obligatory world domination."|
In French :
|small article (at the time of stone)||"Unbelievable Truth estomaque par sa plénitude, l'incroyable opulence de ses arrangement"|
|review of stone||"la mélancolie a ici la décence de ne jamais fréquenter le psychodrame"|
|Telerama||review of the Black Session||"le charme singulier de ce groupe britannique aux melodies vaporeuses"|
|Rockmixer||review of Almost Here||"(superbes) chœurs féminins"|