Diagrams, Chromatics


The second album from Derbyshire’s Sam Genders is a marvellous thing.

It’s warm, fuzzy guitar pop with obvious antecedents in the like of the Mull Historical Society and more recently Cherry Ghost, but Genders’ way with a melody  sets him way apart from much of the landfill indie foisted upon us.

Like this? Try these: Cherry Ghost, Herd Runners, The Charlatans, Tellin’ Stories

By Andrew Greenhalgh

twitter: @adjgreenhalgh


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