Damon Albarn’s Britain-focused side project’s second album is overflowing with ideas but lacking in great songs.
Whether it’s an audition tape for producers or an altruistic gift to filmmakers, Radical Face’s new instrumental album is worth checking out.
It’s an album of pure punk joy overlaid with thoughtful socio/political lament and unabashed passion.
The murderous sound of a cello bow drawn sharply back and forth, a pounded bass drum and Tim Kasher tauntingly singing let’s you know this is Cursive sounding exactly like we hope they would.
A masterful synthesis of Nolan’s various strengths as songwriter.