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Walking Like We Do (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: SHREDS 012. Rel: 10 Jan 20
Indie
  1. It's Easy Then (3:40)
  2. Your Light (5:04)
  3. Dog Eat Dog (3:39)
  4. Why (3:30)
  5. Don't Think (4:05)
  6. Waves (2:54)
  7. Holy Roller (4:08)
  8. Take A Piece (3:44)
  9. Barcelona (3:47)
  10. A Hundred Ways To Land (4:03)
  11. ADHD (3:34)
Review: It's likely "Your Light" has crossed your path by now. The track has garnered regular airplay and - even among playlists on some of the UK's more discerning stations - stands out from the crowd. The good news is the other songs on The Big Moon's difficult second are also strong, moving away from the grunginess of debut "Love In The 4th Dimension" to deliver what might be remembered as the first great pop album of the roaring 20s. And that's pop with real bite. Frontman Juliette Jackson seems capable of greater levels of poetry than many of her peers. At its most poignant taking aim at the hollowness of modern womanhood, the terror of growing up without reaching "real adulthood" (see, or rather hear: "Barcelona") and being left behind by friends and their successes. That this stuff comes with rowdy choruses (opener "It's Easy Then") and hugely emotive anti-balladry ("Waves") elevates the package to future classic status.
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 in stock $15.77
Cat: SHREDS 015. Rel: 10 Jan 20
Indie
  1. It's Easy Then
  2. Your Light
  3. Dog Eat Dog
  4. Why
  5. Don't Think
  6. Waves
  7. Holy Roller
  8. Take A Piece
  9. Barcelona
  10. A Hundred Ways To Land
  11. ADHD
Review: It's likely "Your Light" has crossed your path by now. The track has garnered regular airplay and - even among playlists on some of the UK's more discerning stations - stands out from the crowd. The good news is the other songs on The Big Moon's difficult second are also strong, moving away from the grunginess of debut "Love In The 4th Dimension" to deliver what might be remembered as the first great pop album of the roaring 20s. And that's pop with real bite. Frontman Juliette Jackson seems capable of greater levels of poetry than many of her peers. At its most poignant taking aim at the hollowness of modern womanhood, the terror of growing up without reaching "real adulthood" (see, or rather hear: "Barcelona") and being left behind by friends and their successes. That this stuff comes with rowdy choruses (opener "It's Easy Then") and hugely emotive anti-balladry ("Waves") elevates the package to future classic status.
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