Album Review – Zero Summer by Lost Film (2019) (self released)

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It has been almost exactly two years since the critically aclaimed released of Jimmy Hewitt’s last release under the Lost Film moniker and unsurprisingly it has been a wait well justified.

‘Perhaps’ not oozing with the ebb of intra track originality and ‘perhaps’ not really needing too such is the general beauty, tracks such as Confess (see above), It’s Fine and Yellowish (see below) are the best of a superlative album that resounds crystalline jangled riffs and Hibou / Pale Spectres grandiosity, amid a background of fuzz and slight gaze inflections that deliberately muddy’s the musical waters, in all the most appropriate of ways.

Without a track that even hints at the possibility of filler, this album is Hewitt’s strongest work to date and an absolute must for any fan of both the under-stated and bombast in their jangle.

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  1. […] ‘…Perhaps’ not oozing with the ebb of intra track originality and ‘perhaps’ not really needing too such is the general beauty, tracks such as Confess (see above), It’s Fine and Yellowish (see below) are the best of a superlative album that resounds crystalline jangled riffs and Hibou / Pale Spectres grandiosity…Janglepophub […]

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