12 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Nottingham boy continues his raucous journey into the sounds of the ‘60s with a second album packed with folk, skiffle, rock’n’roll and indie references, its evocative name owing to from the Malibu studio he recorded it in. More mature than his debut, fans will be pleased with the continued Dylan-styled staccato urgency of “There’s A Beast and We All Feed It.” Meanwhile, “Me and You” serves up throwback bittersweet bluegrass with gently swaggering bass, and “All Your Reasons” is a shady indie track inspired by Don McLean (although we hear vintage Brit Pop).

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Nottingham boy continues his raucous journey into the sounds of the ‘60s with a second album packed with folk, skiffle, rock’n’roll and indie references, its evocative name owing to from the Malibu studio he recorded it in. More mature than his debut, fans will be pleased with the continued Dylan-styled staccato urgency of “There’s A Beast and We All Feed It.” Meanwhile, “Me and You” serves up throwback bittersweet bluegrass with gently swaggering bass, and “All Your Reasons” is a shady indie track inspired by Don McLean (although we hear vintage Brit Pop).

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