Goldheart Assembly - 'Into Desperate Arms'

It’s all quite scarily beautiful

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This is the kind of rampaging folk-psych number that only makes sense if the lead singer has a flaming ashtray on his head and the loon-eyed look of a man who hasn’t slept since Woodstock. He’s got a Moog too, by the sounds of it, and a detuned guitar. It’s all quite scarily beautiful.

Matthew Horton

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