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Boomkat Product Review:
Primed for summer, Suzanne Kraft’s masterful new album accesses the LA-artist’s most charming yacht pop and shoegaze chops for his most significant solo work since 2016 or that ace SK U Kno EP
Now based in Amsterdam but still under the spell of his Californian roots, Diego Herrera aka Suzanne Kraft finds a gauzy mid ground in ‘About You.’ Hazy pop songs patently worthy of comparison to Paddy McAloon mingle with jangly instrumentals and intimations of ‘90s indie-grunge-shoegaze, sat very best in the Prefabs-like groover ‘Blush’ and again with the dual vocal harmonies of ‘Waiting’ and ‘Peace’, where he’s joined by Monica Tormell channelling Bilinda Butcher and Wendy Smith. OK maybe he’s lost some of the more wistful spacious allure of his earlier, minimalist works by filling in the spaces with lots of melody and harmony, but it’s all still pleasingly crinkled and slightly detuned for a gently lysergic, heatsick effect that will keep folk coming back.