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One day spring will appear and everything will be warm and lovely. That will be as good a time as any to listen to this sparkling LP of acoustic pop from the LA based singer songwriter.
Opener ‘Cradle Your Device’ is a great sunshiney blast of loveliness, with humorous lyrics about a partner more in thrall to their phone/ipad to the real life person attempting to attract their attention. The album continues in this vein, led by just a couple of acoustic guitars and a Brosseau’s callow voice, always entertaining and enjoyable.
There are heavy nods to the pre- glam rock whimsy of Marc Bolan’s Tyrannosaurus Rex or an Elliott Smith on happy pills. He has a similar way with a tune, all tumbling guitar chords and shifting patterns. ‘Tami’ has a wandering melody somewhere between early Paul Simon and Devandra Banhart and exemplifies a warm singer songwriter album that is gently observational rather than delving to the depths of despair.
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