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Boomkat Product Review:
There was always a rule of thumb in the music industry; if a band came from London they'd likely be shit... Based on the theory that living in the smoke was unlikely to engage the muse as much as a dull upbringing in the Shires would, there seems to have been something of a turnaround in recent years as Dickensian oiks grab guitars and play loose with their glottals. A three piece from the capital, Kelman's debut 'Loneliness Has Kept Us Alive' eschews the sweaty escapades of Doherty et al in favour of some gentle and sparse songwriting that is intimate without losing sight of the pop horizon. Opening with 'F*cked and Far From Home', the likes of 'Some Things Never Work Out' and 'These Days' sees Kelman drawing on the Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen and the Tindersticks for inspiration, with the result very pleasant if not groundbreaking. He's alive!