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8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 31st October 2014
Did they get their name from the Dylan Thomas’ “Under Milk Wood” or did they just skip to the sixth King Crimson album? It doesn’t matter.
Anyone who likes folk-tinged indie or indie-tinged folk will undoubtedly love “Your Majesty Man”. A he and she or him and her singing together, melodically in perfect harmony. The rest of the album by the Manchester three-piece, with the exception of the country shuffle of the opener “Say Donny Say”, is less indie and more folk though. Which is no bad thing when you can compare “Hanging On The Vine” and “Radio Blues” to Richard Thompson and Sandy Denny era Fairport Convention. “Les Furies” perhaps owes more to Irish folk-rock band Mellow Candle. “Shape Of The Shape” is really nicely recorded which is refreshing.
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