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Flat Five Records

Released: 04.12.20







A slew of guest artists and vocalists appear on this dreamy echoing debut long player from Yore, whose core member is Ulrika Spacek member and multi-instrumentalist Callum Brown, assisted by bandmate Syd Kemp. Skirting shoegaze, indie pop and dreamy psychedelia, it features the likes of Dream Wife’s Rakel Mjöll Leifsdóttir, Mellah, Nuha Ruby and on one of the stand out tracks, Bon Mot, Katie Drew of White Flowers nods a deft head in the direction of the Cocteau Twins.

This set of tunes have been meticulously constructed and seem to serve as a temporary escape from the more driven rock impulse of Ulrika Spacek, and has allowed Callum to flourish his indulgences out into a nebulous sonic ether.




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