I’d not heard of Emma Pollock before. She was previously the singer with the Delgados and this is her third solo album. There’s some great song writing on this album, it has an intelligent alternative acoustic folky kind of feel to it with some nice strings and piano arrangements. Reminds me at times of Françoiz Breut. A very mellow album that I’ll be playing a lot over the next few weeks.
N.B. This “review” was originally part of a list of albums in a monthly review post so was only a short one liner. Then I get a moment I’ll expand it out properly.