Raleigh Ritchie - Andy
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June 26, 2020 / Release Date
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Grey Worm has some bops! Even if the production isn't the crispest in the world, the ideas in here seem pretty fleshed out & realized. He offers a pretty relatable lyrical sense as well, which is the most engaging & moving element of this record. Reminds me of what I imagine an Alt-R&B version of Bastille would sound like.
Despite the quality dropping in the second half of the record, Ritchie manages to create a set of songs which he should certainly be proud of. Other than Party Fear which had wasted potential, the first half of the record is really strong with Worries and Time in a Tree perfectly encapsulating the sound he was going for which to me seemed to be modernised 60s pop instrumentals. You can even hear a Strawberry Field-esque Mellotron on the last track with use of some Spectors' Wall of Sound ... read more
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Track List

  1. Pressure
  2. Time in a Tree
  3. Aristocrats
  4. Party Fear
  5. Worries
  6. STFU
  7. 27 Club
  8. Sadboi
  9. Shadow
  10. Structure
  11. Squares
  12. Big & Scared
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Added on: May 6, 2020