A sequel that’s faster, flashier and more bombastic than the original
Album Review: Sparrow & The Workshop - 'Spitting Daggers'
A modern band with old folk vibes on their follow up to debut 'Crystals Fall'
On ‘Pact To Stay Cold’, the Glasgow-based trio blast PJ Harvey-indebted longing and angst over a thundering drum beat. Meanwhile, ‘Old Habits’ draws out a gentler side with more than a touch of Gram Parsons about it, a slide guitar twanging while O’Sullivan draws out her vowels, Nashville style.
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