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Holy Moses! Holy Cow!

This is brilliant! Wonderful penmanship from Louis, with lyrics like "only in high rolling and in soft focus, do we ever ask is there not more than this?" Great lyrical imagery. "siphon the greed from the air that we breathe", "suffer in silent and moth ball fury", "ball point memory". Just awesome.
Musically it's evocative of the bombastic yet fervant energy of pagan place Waterboys, or maybe the excitement and just plain coolness of Deacon Blue. However, those are just small comparisons, bottom line is this is a great track, and if it's any example of what's to come, then Tree Bursts in Snow is going to be a stellar album. Keep it up Admiral, we'll go into any waters you sail us to!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Emerging from the thriving nu-folk scene of the late noughties, Admiral Fallow are a fiercely proud Scottish five-piece influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, and Rufus Wainwright. Lead singer Louis Abbott, clarinetist Kevin Brolly, flutist Sarah Hayes, double bassist Joseph Rattray, and drummer Philip Hague formed the band, originally named Brother Louis Collective, while studying in Glasgow in 2007. Championed by Fyfe Dangerfield from the outset, they were invited to open for...
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