Multi-talented Canadian Pallett’s second album under his own name is an exceptional piece of work.
He’s a musician’s musician, with a CV of collaborations as long as your arm and In Conflict is pretty much undefinable, switching from touching piano-and-strings ballads to sweeping pop to melodic techno with no discernible drop in quality.
It’s likely to prove too intense for mainstream success but don’t let that put you off.
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By Andrew Greenhalgh