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Boomkat Product Review:
Debut solo outing for The Surf the Sundried and Freescha's Nick Huntington, here donning his ten gallon hat and riding into the sunset as Canyon Country. With the spectra of Kevin Shields, Slowdive and Mogwai lurking amongst the dust-devils, 'There's a Forest In The Fire' opens with the lovely piano/guitars and echo-echo-echo chamber of 'Rusted'; a song which possesses a scope worthy of Marlowe as it leads you down a meandering post-rock flanked shoe-gazing avenue. A significant departure from Huntingdon's previous work, songs such as 'Setting Sun', 'Without A Sound' and 'Still...Sleeping' combine an attuned sense of fragile songwriting with the kind of vista expanding scope of Sigur Ros or My Bloody Valentine, ebbing between purely instrumental one moment and Elliot Smith-style vocal transparency the next. A grand musical gesture that doesn't feel either overblown or emotionally naïve, 'There's A Forest In The Fire' is a real surprise so lovely you might just take it to bed. Perverts.