David Kitt – Square 1

Third album from much-heralded Dublin singer-songwriter

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Kitt knows a thing or two about the up and the down, the joy and the pain, the minor chords and the major heartaches. Low-slung beats and bursts of brass and strings wrap themselves around sparse, electro-acoustic melodies.

In places, it sounds like it could have been recorded for the Sarah label?but thankfully swaps the debilitating tweeness for a lyrical bite (or at least a nibble) and a winning way with feedback.

Experimental and enchanting, equally.

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