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Boomkat Product Review:
Taking cues from Phil Elverum (Mt. Eerie, The Microphones) and Sufjan Stevens, Grand Salvo (aka Aussie bloke Paddy Mann) has crafted the wordy ‘Slay Me In My Sleep’ to hit the world of cerebral folk-pop right in the jaw. Produced by the almost omnipresent Nils Frahm, it sounds cracking too – Mann’s wealth of instrumentation (guitars, glockenspiels, miscellaneous string instruments, lord knows whatever else) dances around his voice with a delicate sheen and brings levity to his calm songwriting. There’s an almost theatrical quality to ‘Slay Me In My Sleep’, no doubt reinforced by the running ‘story’ of the record itself, but thankfully Mann resists the trappings of producing music that can all too easily trip and fall into twee and preciousness. There’s an edge to Mann’s songs from beginning to end, and we’re with him for the duration. Good stuff!