It is his first album for Domino and follows his acclaimed debut full-length God Damn You Mountain. In terms of structure he's from the Folk World, maybe the Alt-Folk World, but on this new LP it's his willingness to experiment sonically that really highlights what a smart and adventurous songwriter he is. The album was produced by Fogarty and Leo Abrahams (Brian Eno, Wild Beasts), who also plays on the album, as does multi-instrumentalist Emma Smith (Hot Chip, Jon Hopkins) across a plethora of instruments. It is weird, lots of ambience and strange sonics. It's never distracting, it just stretches the songs into a fascinating sort of 3D.
+ Available as a limited Indie edition, pressed on 180g yellow vinyl, housed in embossed sleeves.
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