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This review is from: TWELVE WAYS TO COUNT (Audio CD)
After seeing these chaps playing in various venues around Brighton, it's an absolute joy to see their music collected in a handy album format.
The tracks move from melancholy to beautiful, from cheeky to heart-warming and many things in-between.
The collection of cello, upright, violins, guitars and even a music box combined with the distinctive lack of drums - while not perhaps being totally original - creates a raw delicacy to the music and helps to set the band apart from many other acts.
The music is unashamedly romantic and heartfelt, the production is true in spirit to the band themselves and its all wrapped up in great artwork coupled with an interesting paper sleeve....
What's not to love?