Bryan Drummond — ‘Sea of Timber’

3706255748-1Some beautifully done semi-overcast music here from Dunblane, Scotland’s Bryan Drummond. There is something very Scottish to what is going on here, and if you’re familiar with Malcolm Middleton and James Yorkston (and others besides) you will know exactly what this means, a unique sort of windswept wistfulness.

Trying to do this record some justice it could be described as something to get lost in, to cry a little to, even smile and feel yourself vividly imagining some lovely countryside and coastline, with its away-from-it-all peace and possibilities.

So very lovely. So very real. The word ‘lovely’ has been used twice during this review, with the word ‘beautifully’ used once. Read our interview with him here.


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