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Boomkat Product Review:
"Recorded over a six-week period at the farmhouse studio of Andrew Halford - guitarist with Trophy Wife's live band - it [Point Of Go] takes the band's summery, afro-beat flourishes and delicately intricate guitars and strips them back to a set of immediate, direct pop songs. From 'History of Headaches' - a low-slung slow-builder with a celebratory pay off for which Hugo's solo project Chad Valley - whose two EPs to date garnered widespread critical acclaim and radio support - provided the blueprint, to the guitar-led, nostalgic vibes of 'Real Cold' and 'Run' - the result of wanting to write "one really, all out big song", 'Point Of Go' is both thrillingly new and firmly still Jonquil. Perhaps the best example is the most obvious - the album's two-part title track; one half a subtle, bare-bones ballad of utmost restraint, the other a more familiar, upbeat and technical offering, a sprightly yin to its introverted yang. With influences rooted firmly in the past - from Fleetwood Mac to The Smiths, Chic and Earth, Wind and Fire to Arthur Russell - the quartet's third LP is an exercise in classic pop sensibilities held up by a modern backbone."