Friday December 13, 2019

Album reviews

26th May, 2019

Hayden Thorpe : Diviner, Domino

Never one for not seeing a silver line in a grey cloud, musician and songwriter Hayden Thorpe had written most of the songs for his solo debut before his band Wild Beasts, one of the most lauded British music acts of the past 20 years, split up in early 2017. Recorded last year in the Cornwall studio of producer Leo Abrahams, this album aims to clear the decks without...

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