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The Lovers

26 Nov. 2012 | Format: MP3

7.99 (VAT included if applicable)
Buy the CD album for 10.54 and get the MP3 version for FREE. Does not apply to gift orders.
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Lone Wolf grabs his given singer-songwriter title and stomps it into the ground on this new album, The Lovers. Then, judging by the interviews I've head, he samples this stomping and turns them into beats and rhythmical patterns to underpin his new direction.

Still a singer and a songwriter though, this album had less in common with Nicks Drake and Cave and more to do with steely eyed, serious, credible, timeless (and massive selling) artists such as Talk Talk, the XX and Depeche Mode. With strong vocals to die for.
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Mr Marshall can do no wrong it seems. From the truly unique and disturbingly beautiful 'The Devil & I' to this more stripped back but just as emotive album. Where TDAI was dark lyrically it's the music on The Lovers which is more responsible for creating a sense of pain. Yes, echoes of Depeche Mode and also Joy Division's Closer, but Mr Marshall's style and vocal strength is one of a kind.
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