Mature and brooding flashback,
This review is from: Film School (Audio CD)
It is hard to believe that this album was recorded only a few years ago, given it's broody, dark production and gut wrenching tunes which hark back to the mid 90s where Sunny Day, Elliott and other contemporaries were rising so high.
It's fair to say that whilst Film School is nothing new stylistically, it beautifully carves a sound that you just haven't heard anywhere else. From the please-don't-stop strumming of Like You Know to the oh-what-is-that-reverbing-sound of Breet, the album paints you a picture which anyone with a deep heart can relate to every moment of.
It doesn't pander to hooks and certainly doesn't profess to being a simple slice of easy listening but any small amount of patience will inspire anyone to leave this album on loop for hours.
Quite simply, it's beautiful.