Dripping With Contemporary Nuances, The Brighton-Born Quartet Have Stimulated A Softer Frame Of Mind In This Ethereally Absorbing New Offering.
Sounding like the lovechild of Radiohead and Nick Mulvey, ‘Pandemonium’ saunters gracefully across the scene, building on the atmospheric subtleties from their previous instalment ‘Sink To The Level. Released at the bookend of what has been a disruptive and chaotic year, this aptly named taste of alternative-folk languishes in its own moody textures, developing into a mix of concentrated ambient layers that personify the bands new alternative direction.
These are the rare finds; the results of some kind of alchemy that isn’t really born from technique or anything that can be formally taught, but rather something that develops over a number of years by some kind of osmosisI Said Yeah, 2020
Served as the band’s second self-release to come out of their studio in Brixton, lead singer George Ireland has channelled his inner Thom Yorke in a honeyed and melodious vocal delivery that bleeds with an impassioned stupor. After previous advocation from BBC Radio 6Music’s Tom Robinson, this record stands as the quartets last exciting chapter of the year, leaving space for their ever-stretching inner dialogue of soothing acoustics to grace us once more as we look towards 2021.