Album Review Caro - Burrows

Caro - Burrows

There’s a nostalgic tint to the songs on offer.


With their soft, soothing sonic palette and a tendency to jump between rhythms at the throw of a (hi) hat, Caro very much follow in a similar vein to a long line of fellow hushed indie types - think Gengahr, Bombay Bicycle Club or alt-J. The Leeds-based group’s long-delayed debut might not offer much in variety (in short, if you’re into a combination of those groups’ sounds, you’re going to love it), but in our current long, dark winter nights there’s a nostalgic tint to the songs on offer, whether the bassy synths of the title track, or folky ‘Smorgasbord’ that hits right in the warm and fuzzies.

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