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Boomkat Product Review:
Young Hunting kneel before Ancient Methods’ Persiphonic Sirens with two cinematic synth vignettes clad in beautiful sleeve adorned by Nick Hedges’ photo; ‘Street, running down to the Tyne, Newcastle (1970)’
The keener eared and clear of memory may recall Young Hunting from their 2011 debut on Blackest Ever Black, before they became Dalhous. We’re not sure if these two tracks are new material or vintage cuts from back in the day, but either way they’re some of the strongest we’ve heard from the Scottish duo.
The A-side’s ‘List of Indignities’ is a gloriously sullen, wordless hymn to heck sung by a burned-out synthetic chorale, while the flip side’s ‘Melancholia’ is a heart-rending swell of coruscating harmonics and sore, plangent chord changes bound to speaks to the bitter romantic in all of us.