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Jonathan 'His Clancyness' Clancy is a name I'm mostly just familiar with from his appearance on a carousel of top-notch splits with indie luminaries like The Babiesand Shimmering Stars. Here on this LP however he's going it alone, with the A side being filled with the nine songs that originally comprised his 'Always Mist' cassette and then seven songs on the other side which have been culled from elsewhere. What that means for you is roughly 40 minutes of dreamy indie pop stylings. What immediately springs to mind is Band of Horses songs tackled by the dude from 12 Rods. That's what it sounds like to me, perhaps a little more downbeat and with more of a bedroom approach to recording but the pleasant melodies and slightly-whiny-but-deadpan vocals very much recall those two bands to me. In places it gets a bit more into experimental lo-fi territory, sounding like an inconsolable Dan Deacon or something, but generally the score here is that there's lots of short and heartfelt bedroom indie pop songs to soothe your shaky nerves.
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