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"If you are a glutton for great melodies you'll gorge yourself here: they tumble one after the other."
The US-based locals are headed home to plug new LP 'Cascades' from early next month
Enjoy the 'Ocean To City EP And Some Sketches' release for however much floats your boat
It’s an unrestricted rendition of Open Season that sees us out into the cold, like wildlife staring down the barrel that is a chilly ride home.
Two gigs to follow their Vivid appearances
The duo nab a coveted slot
Unfortunately, Open Season is ethereal beauty, but beyond the surface lies vacuousness without the hooks and character necessary to sustain further listens.
The folk-tinged Bridge is compelling through its short running time, while the more extravagant Love Is All is perhaps the pinnacle of the album.
Unfortunately, as a whole the album failed to conjure any strong emotional response, and ended up being a pretty but somewhat forgettable listening experience.
“Including all the shit high school efforts, it’s like the sixth or seventh album I’ve done. So it is your debut record, but it isn’t, in another way.”