More reviews continue to come in. Here’s a couple of the latest:
As a reviewer, I get sent more music than I can possibly listen to. Not least because when an album as lovely and beautiful as this, it tends to get many listens. And deservedly so.
While Ally Kerr was a new name to me, this is something that I am rectifying. It’s his third album, and his first for six years, during which time he has been building up his profile, particularly in Asia. There’s something magical and mysterious at work here, and his gorgeous songwriting deserves comparisons to the likes of the classic Scots indie pop which he is predictably compared to.
Right from the off, album opener ‘Everything I’ve Learned I Have Forgotten’ sets the tone for a collection of well-crafted songs, a lovingly arranged album. Other highlights include ‘Safe From You’ and ’5am’ – and the magnificent melancholy deserves to be the soundtrack of your autumn.