Arran Arctic | In My Hands

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Pop: Dream Pop Folk: Folk Pop Moods: Mood: Dreamy
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In My Hands

by Arran Arctic

Pop folktronica evoking forest-like trances backed by contemporary synth beats. Carefully constructed layers bear striking resemblance to Bon Iver and Asobi Seksu. The music may drift into blessed-out pleasure, but the lyrics cut as sharp as Morrissey.
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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1. Through the Trees
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2. Interrupt Me
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3. All That I Can Do
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4. Always About You
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5. Give & Take
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6. It Will Come
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7. Daniel!
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8. The Door
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9. The Wire
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10. You Could Have It So Much Better
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Album Notes
"Southall combines folk influences with electronica and has mastered the art of vocal multitracking... This crossover is handled so masterfully, some may even say it could be somewhat of a trademark for Arran Arctic" - Is This Music? (Online Scottish magazine), 4.5 out of 5 stars

"Showcasing the visceral beauty of folktronica, it delves into the soul... A thought- provoking album" - The Daily Record (Glasgow newspaper)

"…grimly optimistic ambience reminscent of The Twilight Sad… shares a maudlin buoyancy with Ballboy…what stands out the most though are Arran’s lyrics and the passion he manages to imbue them with… his songs are both uniquely personal and touching” - God Is In The TV (music blog)


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