Tunng - 'Turbines'
Tunng have progressed from English eccentrica draped in wilful weirdness to a more inclusive, warm pastoral songcraft
of sproinging African rhythms, or the space-burbling psych wash of the seriously misnomered ‘Heavy Rock Warning’, their fifth album (strung together by a loose concept about an imagined village you needn’t worry about) is as softly satisfying as a bobbly old jumper. One with thumbholes.
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