Album review round-up

Three months since When The Dust Just Won’t Settle was released, so probably the time for a catch up on the critical responses and the interviews we’ve done.

If they do the job and pique your interest, there are still copies of the ltd edition album via our Bandcamp site, or if you’re in the USA at KoolKat.

Reviews:

“… a wealth of songwriting talent… should be the go-to artist for restless indie aficionados in search of higher quality” – Music Interview Magazine

“‘I Think That She Knows’… may be the best Crowded House song that they didn’t perform on.” – I Don’t Hear A Single

A collection of twelve very accessible and rigorously constructed pop songs that come casually into the highest British tradition, intelligent but never cerebral, which stretches from Squeeze to Doves*” – Section 26 (*translated from French)

An abundance of memorable harmonies and… intriguing lyrics. 8/10.” – Maximum Volume

“‘When The Dust Just Won’t Settle’ is an album in the classic sense of the format: twelve songs that should be played in one sitting. Recommended…” – Here Comes the Flood

Album of the Month, May 2020” – Across the Universal Soundscape

Interviews with:

I Don’t Hear A Single – “There are no Power Pop bands, there are only Power Pop songs

The Music Files – “Yes I’m a tyrant

Across The Universal Soundscape – ” Weirdly, I suppose, I never wanted to be a musician

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