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Boomkat Product Review:
Simone White may have shot to fame thanks to a leg up from a certain German car manufacturer, but there’s nothing overtly commercial about ‘Silver, Silver’, her latest full-length for Honest Jon’s. Something like a cross between Stina Nordenstam (in the vocals) and the Cocteau Twins (in the textures), White has an undeniable warmth and charm, and never succumbs to the MoR territory many in her field have nudged into over the course of their careers. ‘Silver Silver’ is packed with weird production tics and off-kilter melodies giving that while still a ‘pop’ album, there’s room for the ambient sludge of ‘Bonnie Brae’ or the pastoral drone of ‘Frogs’. Effortlessly beautiful, and a record you could probably get away with taking home to play to your parents.