McAlmont & Butler : Falling
sounds contrived and compromised
The intervening years haven’t seen them exactly set the world on fire, so they’re giving it another go. ‘Falling’ is cut from the same rich cloth as their original singles (strings, bells — and if you listen very carefully, you can hear the kitchen sink) but sounds contrived and compromised — like they just got back together for the sake of the quids.
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