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Father Sculptor – 'Lowlands'

Its sheer, yearning beauty is gloriously dramatic

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The lead track from Father Sculptor’s debut EP ‘Faith & Violence’ takes the form of a love letter to a city – possibly their former home of Glasgow or their current stomping ground of Manchester. Wherever it’s dedicated to, its sheer, yearning beauty is gloriously dramatic, swooningly hearty and very special.
Rhian Daly







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