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Lost Crowns



3.98 | 126 ratings

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5 stars Lost crowns is band with members from a number of different bands yet I am reluctant to call them a 'supergroup'. The main man Richard Larcombe was with his brother in Stars of Battledress. An excellent band but one of the most unprolific in the scene.

As much as I like Stars in Battledress, 'Everynight something happens' is Richard Larcombes crowning achievement. It is a mix of Psycedelic pop, folk and Avant prog. Altough you can recognize elements of the music of henry Cow, Syd Barret and the 5UU's just to name a few, the sum of all the parts does not really sound like anything else out there. It is catchy yet complex, cheerful yet profound, adventurous yet accesible. It is an album for all moods and seasons with plenty of tricky bits and layers to make sure that it does not get easily boring.

It has been a few years since I have felt this enthousiastic about a new release. I will be very surprised if this album will not end up as my nr 1 of 2019.

thedunno | 5/5 |


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