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Hyetal - 'Northwest Passage'

Like a late-night drive through an empty city

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This new cut from Bristol’s Hyetal – taken from his second album ‘Modern Worship’ – is like a late-night drive through an empty city. Drums hammer like an engine, the synths buzz and hum and Gwilym Gold howls over the top. Fresher than a Magic Tree hanging from the rear-view mirror.
Siân Rowe, Assistant Reviews Editor




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