Holly Fletcher has never been to this part of the country before, but a Latitude return must be beckoning after a set that fluctuates between soulful, thumping and delicate.
‘Station’ is a highlight, with the song she released aged 17 still holding weight against some of the newer, slicker tracks from her debut.
‘Operator (He Doesn’t Call Me)’ is a rollocking ride, coming after ‘Painter”s quiet beauty. ‘Love Is Blind’ isn’t quite the hit it should be yet, but a closing ‘Hurt Me’ feels utterly massive. Another track of this calibre on LP2 and Låpsley is set for higher places.
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