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Boomkat Product Review:
A lovely album of evolved alt.country from Singing Skies, the songwriting project of Sydney’s Kell Derrig-Hall. He might be from Oz, but this music is Americana, make no mistake, with a classy yet bleary-eyed Nashville vibe that really reminds us those recent Mickey Newbury reissues, and of course more modern standard-bearers likes Lambchop, Evan Dando and Whiskeytown. The songs are rooted in tradition, but buck convention and predictability: Derrig-Hall’s guitar playing is nicely elliptical and digressive, the downhome chamber instrumentation that accompanies him –banjos, piano, strings arranged by Biddy Connor, crystalline vocal harmonies from the wonderful Tsamoglu – sparse and haunting, if oddly reassuring too. Refreshingly honest, beautifully written, performed and recorded music for all the broken-hearted cowboys and cowgirls among you.