The thrilling debut album from this intense New York City trio makes their city feel alive once again
Album Review: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - 'Smoking In Heaven'
Bearing the joy of wonderful simplicity with the long awaited follow-up to their debut.
The soft swagger of ‘Don’t Make A Fool Out Of Me’ sets a modest melody against an undeniable groove, and ‘You’ll Soon Be Here’ radiates with the warmth of a junk store 78. Oddly, ‘Messing With My Life’ sounds like The Kooks filtered through a bebopping Ella Fitzgerald and – even odder – is bloody great.
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