17 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gaz Coombes writes yearning melodies filled with light and air. And while he never strays too far from the muscular rock of his Britpop past as one-quarter of Supergrass (“Detroit”), his ‘10s solo work has broadened his sonic palette: Nervy electro-pop underpins the New Wave swoosh of “Hot Fruit”, and glitchy beats bolster the melancholy folk strum of “20/20”. “This Time Tomorrow” even introduces a bluegrass banjo to his gently unwinding glam-rock chord sequence, giving a space-reverie cast to his nod to The Kinks.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gaz Coombes writes yearning melodies filled with light and air. And while he never strays too far from the muscular rock of his Britpop past as one-quarter of Supergrass (“Detroit”), his ‘10s solo work has broadened his sonic palette: Nervy electro-pop underpins the New Wave swoosh of “Hot Fruit”, and glitchy beats bolster the melancholy folk strum of “20/20”. “This Time Tomorrow” even introduces a bluegrass banjo to his gently unwinding glam-rock chord sequence, giving a space-reverie cast to his nod to The Kinks.

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