ALBUM REVIEW: Cut Worms – Hollow Ground | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 04.05.18







Quantum Leap, The Breakfast Club, and Back to the Future all make me, a 20-something year old, nostalgic for an era I didn’t exist in. Cut Worms’ Hollow Ground gives off that overwhelming vibe, too. Like Marty McFly, the Brooklyn artist appears to have found himself back in time.

Lead single Don’t Want To Say Good-bye could be straight out of the 1960s, mixing acoustic guitars with a sprinkling of tambourine for an eclectic sound. Think I Might Be In Love is a little bit country, and could have been made by musicians with bowl cuts filmed in black and white. It’s perfect summertime easy listening if you’re looking to add to your repertoire.


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