Fuzzy Lights – A Distant Voice

So, it would be easy for me to tag this review with phrases such as “they sound like” or “it reminds me of” but at the end of the day, whilst there are definite influences on show throughout this album, I have to say that this is somehow a refreshing piece of music.  No, its not ground breaking, but each tune is constructed brilliantly and the album has a lovely flow to it from start to finish.  It’s also not too long, clocking in at 9 tracks long, which for an album nowadays is short.   But quantity doesn’t always mean quality and these guys prove that with these 9 little gems.  The album growls and grows and sparkles and hums and fizzes and leaves a really relaxed atmosphere as it draws to a close.  The violins and growly guitars are undeniably Dirty 3 influenced but like I said, these guys take all their influences, wrap them up in a massive ball of atmosphere, spin it all around and then unleash something slightly different to anything I have heard before.  A lovely little gem of an album.  Definitely ones to keep an eye on in the future.

TSP Grade = C-/B+


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