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Beachcomber's Windowsill

Stornoway

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Customer Reviews

Just Brilliant.

Everything's just beautiful about this album. Really relaxing, and at times, it can be quite moving. Probably one of the best albums for this summer. A great first album, overall.

I highly recommend:
Zorbing (always makes me feel chirpy inside when I listen to this track),
I Saw You Blink,
We Are The Battery Human, and
The End of the Movie (I could see this as a soundtrack to a tear-jerking movie).

A beautifully crafted album

This is a really lovely album. I kno, 'lovely' perhaps seems a somewhat flimsy adjective, but it's just right for this. It's the perfect album for a beach party after the BBQ is done and when everyone's round the fire or fir curling up to on an autumnal night in front of a roaring log fire (I'm working on assumption for the latter- as the album hasn't done an autumn yet).
There is a delicate beauty which is really touching about these songs. It won't be everyone's cup of tea, I know, but if you want thoughtful, involving music and one of the best albums of the year (it' not the best so far, guys: for that see BRMC's 'Beat The Devil's Tattoo'), then this is where it's at. And seeing as iTunes are being kind and only asking £6 at the moment it makes even more sense.

Amazing..

Similar to Mumford and Sons, but I personally think better.. Such a summer album.

Biography

Formed: Oxford, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The folky indie pop band Stornoway take their name from a town in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, but the group hails from Oxford, England. Singer/guitarist Brian Briggs, keyboardist/string player Jonathan Ouin, and bassist Ollie Steadman and drummer Rob Steadman (a pair of brothers from South Africa) formed the band while they were attending Oxford University; the well-studied band includes an ornithologist and a Russian translator among its ranks. The band debuted its jangly, largely acoustic sound...
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