As persuasive as Crowded House had ever been, 2010’s ‘Intriguer’ boasted numerous examples of the dreamy pop classicism in which Neil Finn excels.
Arguably Crowded House’s most satisfying record, ‘Together Alone’ attracted plaudits from the critics and hit the upper reaches of charts around the world.
On the back of a seismic chart performance by their single ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, the world woke up to Crowded House’s rousing debut album.
A feast of beautifully crafted, airwave-friendly pop, Crowded House’s ‘Woodface’ featured some of the band’s most melodic, infectious tunes to date.
‘Time On Earth’ was Crowded House’s first new album in 14 years: a multi-faceted triumph that ushered in a strong second phase.
Darker and more introspective than its predecessor, Crowded House’s ‘Temple Of Low Men’ suggested the group had reservations about going up in the world.