Reviewed this week: Metronomy, Love Letters (Because). Nick Waterhouse, Holly (Innovative Leisure).

9th March, 2014

Metronomy, Love Letters (Because)

Three years after The English Riviera, Joe Mount's back with Love Letters, a warm concoction of pop sensibilities, gentle electronica and even guitar solos. When it works, as on catchy opener The Upsetter, Mount makes the kind of laidback tunes others would sell their Casio keyboards for. The addictive Monstrous is like a soliloquy from a Tim Burton villain set to a weird, off-kilter beat and infectious melody, while Boy Racers...

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