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“Standing At The Sky’s Edge” is Richard Hawley’s biggest, most ambitious album to date. There are no understated songs here, Hawley used the power that a full band can give. “She Brings The Sunlight” fades in slowly to start the album with Beatles-esque sitar soun ...

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Standing At The Sky's Edge by Richard Hawley
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8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 14th November 2014

“Standing At The Sky’s Edge” is Richard Hawley’s biggest, most ambitious album to date. There are no understated songs here, Hawley used the power that a full band can give. “She Brings The Sunlight” fades in slowly to start the album with Beatles-esque sitar sounds winding their way through the indie epic. The title track has a similar swelling epic quality, and it must be said, he sounds a little like Gene Clark at times. The album is quite psychedelic, which is unlike anything Hawley has done before. You assume that his influences are all pre-psychedelic judging by previous albums. The psychedelia is most evident on “Time Will Bring You Winter” and “Leave Your Body Behind You”. The single “Don’t Stare At The Sun” combines the gentleness of his earlier work with the bigger-is-better approach of this album to make an affecting ballad. This album brought Richard Hawley his second Mercury Music Prize nomination, which means very little as M People actually won it once over.


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