ALBUM REVIEW: LIONLIMB – SHOO

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Background
Lionlimb is Nashville native Stewart Bronaugh’s recently resurrected project. Originally started in 2010, the project was put on hold as Bronaugh worked as a day laborer in Chicago and San Francisco before making his return to the Midwest. It was then that he began collaborating with drummer Joshua Jaeger.

Strengths
A potent 70s singer-songwriter vibe permeates throughout this album. Bronaugh’s whispered vocals adds an almost 90s shoegaze ambience to the proceedings. Organic production values completes the retro-friendly stylings.

Highlights
“Domino”, “Ride”, “Lemonade”, “Hung”

Sounds Like
Todd Rundgren, Field Music, MGMT, Phoenix.

Bottom Line
Good intentions aside, there is a sloppy majesty about Shoo that indie pop lovers will savour whilst classic rock lovers will enjoy the songwriting and production work.

Information
Official Site: https://www.facebook.com/Lionlimb/

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