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Boomkat Product Review:
Sophomore album from Nashville's heavily accented singer/songwriter Luke Roberts. His arrangements are now fleshed out with rich contributions of fiddle and mandolin from Billy Contaraz and backing vocals from Emily Sunblad, and polished to a fireside glow by Lambchop-affiliate Marky Nevers and Kyle Spence of Harvey Milk. "'Roberts' vocals are tender and bruised, and their smallness can be legitimately heartbreaking... These songs are fiercely internal, which also makes them remarkably hard to shake" - Pitchfork; "...a sparse but striking debut... a small masterpiece of melancholy restraint" - Metromix; "Roberts harks back to a time where songs were simply stories about life, accounts of the musician and of all he had gone through to get where he was today. The musical history is not lost on Roberts and often he does a great service to those roots" - The 405."