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Boomkat Product Review:
One of the benefits of recruiting alt. Nashville superstar Mark Nevers as your producer is that you might just get access to his address book. Australian troubadour Holly Throsby did just this, enlisting the help of various members of Lambchop and Silver Jews, not to mention Bonnie 'Prince' Billy himself, who lends a vocal to the duet 'Would You?'. The vehementy country tone of the album suits the Australian singer's voice down to the ground, and some of the instrumental choices really bring the compositions themselves to life. 'And Then We're Gone' draws on shimmering, subtle cascades of bell tones in its final stretch, really cutting through the mellow twang of acoustic guitars that sets so much of the record's agenda. The vocal harmonies are a more generally defining element of the album, and they're put to especially good use on the synthetically sculpted background layers of opener 'Warm Jets', playing the part of an exquisite counterfoil to the screeching feedback tumult deep-set in the background. A thoughtful and well-made songwriter album that's surely Throsby's best to date.