Overview: As a debut release, this album shows a lot of promise. It’s got the favorable elements of trip-hop (great, kind of laid back and glitchy beats), but without being lethargic like trip-hop tends to be. It’s also loaded with fantastic guitar lines, which actually end up being just as if not more catchy than the vocals at times. This album will get stuck in your head, and you won’t want it to leave.
Recommended Similar Artists: Portishead, Tricky, Memory Tapes