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Boomkat Product Review:
Still best known for his Amelie soundtrack, French composer and instrumentalist Yann Tiersen returns with his first album for Mute. Dust Lane is hardly a meek or mild affair, and from its beginnings it reaches towards the heavens with the symphonic - yet somehow pleasantly folksy - 'Amy'. Mixing comes from Ken Thomas, a studio boffin who's no stranger to all things epic, having previously worked on records by Sigur Ros and M83. Next, the grandeur ebbs away to reveal the more intricate narrative of 'Dust Lane', which draws on daintily tacked together strings, mandolins and accordions while computer voices take a surprising central role. The scope of Tiersen's music here is huge, and certainly anyone who's only been previously familiar with his Amelie score will no doubt find the likes of (former single) 'Palestine' and the standout, 'Ashes', to be quite revelatory.