Rearrange consists of six tracks, all of whose swirly, Brit-influenced indie rock recalls a far less skilled counterpart to Adorable. The record has its moments, and there's nothing particularly bad about Laburnum's construction, but the unfortunate fact remains that this sort of work has been done much more effectively by other bands -- no one should consider purchasing Rearrange unless they've already heard and exhausted albums like Adorable's Against Perfection. Rearrange's predecessor, Unnoticed, has far more American indie groove to it, but this doesn't seem to really help the band, either.
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AllMusic Review by Nitsuh Abebe