Boomkat Product Review:
Donna Regina have more or less made the same record over and over for the best part of three decades now, but their first new album in 5 years is a reminder of just how good that record is.
They trade in a distinct variant of downtempo, melancholy but sugary pop, one that's as much informed by the electronic templates of Matthew Herbert (an early supporter) as much as Julee Cruise and classic bubblegum. When their definitive 'A Quiet Week In The House' album came out in 1999 it already sounded like a lost classic, but with the passage of time all those nostalgic feelings have only been multiplied.
If you're looking for a bit of solace and warmth, this is just the ticket...