7 Songs, 27 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Continuing a New Delhi tradition of downbeat indie rock as hazy as the Indian capital’s weather, Ratnang Singh draws from lo-fi, acoustic folk blues and watery shoegaze on his debut album. There are reverb-laden reflections in “Devil in Me” and “The War”, and romantic longing on the upbeat, Beatlesque pop-rock of "No Fire in the Flame”. Singh’s sensitivity and empathy for others is clear on “A Little Boy”, a melancholy number about a child trying to find his way in a cruel world.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Continuing a New Delhi tradition of downbeat indie rock as hazy as the Indian capital’s weather, Ratnang Singh draws from lo-fi, acoustic folk blues and watery shoegaze on his debut album. There are reverb-laden reflections in “Devil in Me” and “The War”, and romantic longing on the upbeat, Beatlesque pop-rock of "No Fire in the Flame”. Singh’s sensitivity and empathy for others is clear on “A Little Boy”, a melancholy number about a child trying to find his way in a cruel world.

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