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Boomkat Product Review:
Yeah, we know; don't judge a book (or for that matter record) on its cover - but sometimes its nigh on impossible to keep your hands to yourself when a new release shows up, with Lucie Wren's debut 7" a right little tease. Dressed in a well limited outfit of silk-screened, letter-pressed, die-cut sleeve, 'A Wall A Hole A Daydream / How It Turns' is the kind of release that more than deserves its eulogistic comparisons to Vashti Bunyan, Tara Kane O'Neil and even Billie Holliday - as Wren coaxes a fragile composition in from the wild and gives it a folk injection to keep you warm at night. With little more than a bare acoustic guitar and solipsistic piano to keep her company, Wren puts the full emphasis on her vocals - and what a blinding move that turns out to be as the wholesome delivery partially obscures Wren's abject heartache amongst a delicious melody. On the back, 'How It Turns' is similarly beatific - stripping it back even further for a potent blend of vocals and guitar - and in doing so guaranteeing this 7" will appeal well beyond the packaging fetishists. Lucie in the sky!