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Boomkat Product Review:
Evocative and stirring stuff from Jessica Bailiff, returning with her first solo album proper since 2008's Feels Like Home. We're in classic Kranky territory here, at least in broad terms, with a washed-out, shoegazey feel pervading throughout, guitar sounds manifesting not so much as riffs as plumes and wisps - but Bailiff's vocals give the whole a presence and strength of character that's often lacking in music from this gaseous sphere. 'Your Ghost Is Not Enough' sounds like Grouper gone (sort of) pop, with a touch of Julee Cruise's Roadhouse balladry and Dreamscape's gauzy indie worked into its matrix too. 'Take Me To The Sun' is a tribute to MBV's Loveless in all but name, while the prismatic psych of 'Violet & Roses' looks to Broadcast and the United States Of America for inspiration. Crystalline vocals and a sparse, dub-wise backing make 'This Is Real' a dead ringer for Gilbert & Lewis-produced AC Marias; 'Slowly' nudges us briefly into cosmic Americana territory, and closer 'Firefly' comes over like a more world-weary, narced-out and reverb-heavy take on C86 jangle.