For the past six years, Caribou’s Dan Snaith has been conspicuously inching away from the airy electronic programming of his debut. And like us, he must be pleased with the results on Andorra — his latest plunges into the rich, organic psychedelia he’s explored tentatively on past efforts. Here, squealing violins and flutes, distorted guitars, crashing cymbals, and Snaith’s own multitracked vocals build into a series of satisfying crescendos. The only problem with this symphonic daydream is that at just nine songs and 43 minutes, it’s over far too soon. A-

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