The debut single from Scotland-based Vetchinsky Settings (I'm sure that name has a story behind it). On 'Anymore' the duo formed of one James (The Orchids) and one Mark (The Montgolfier Brothers / GNAC) unveil their gentle indie sound. The b-side features two tracks exclusive to this release 'Why Can't That Happen To Me?' and 'Someone Like You’. On Vertical Features.
Limited Vinyl 7" £7.99 VF 444
White vinyl 7" on Vertical Features. Limited edition of 500 copies.
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Guess what? It's my last day at my job and I'm basically doing what I like. Not that I'm not working of course. I'm just reviewing stuff I like before I go. Phil just wandered over with a 7" saying "while you still work here you might as well do something". Luckily it was a collaboration between Mark Tramner (The Montgolfier Brothers etc) and James Hackett (the Orchids). Long term readers of my spiels will know that I'm a major fan of both artists so it's quite fitting that this is the last thing I do whilst a fully paid up Norman Records guy.
It's, as you may imagine, gorgeous. The A Side 'Anymore' is made up of a glorious piano based soundtracky sounding backing whilst James Hackett's distinctive voice floats on top with some very innovative melodies and wordsmithery. It's quite the loveliest thing indeed. There's a couple of B sides too. I'm on something called Someone Like You and I swear this isn't James Hackett singing....it's much more Scottish than him. It's a nice track though that will appeal to people who like the soft shoed side of Teenage Fanclub and their offshoots. There's another song too that I haven't heard so it's a nice old fashioned type 3 track 7".
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