A raw and enchanting album, following on from Road Salt One with a similar stripped-back sound that belies the progressive complexities of its arrangement.
Stornoway channel a feeling of real intellectualism, courtesy of Brian Briggs’ poetry and John Ouin’s complex arrangements, into something resoundingly accessible.
It is tragically rare that one has the chance to enjoy laid-back classic rock, passionate prog metal, gothic morris dancing, and a nice cup of tea
In a world where airbrushed celebrities are two-a-penny, this bipolar burlesque performer with an electric violin and an impressive growl is teaching girls to find beauty in a broken world.
Anathema is a band that has seemingly managed to both define and escape genres throughout its twenty-year history.