I Am Kloot – ‘Masquerade’
Summary: Middle of the road folk/ Brit Pop hybrid. One for the already converted.

Taken from their sixth album Let It All In, I Am Kloot’s ‘Masquerade’ straddles the middle-ground between folk and Brit Pop surprisingly well. Singer John Bramwell’s Mancunian drawl slopes its way through the contemplation of a failed, ultimately destructive relationship, supported by an acoustic driven accompaniment that somehow manages to make the whole thing feel quite uplifting. It  doesn’t exactly demand to be listened to, but for those who’ve enjoyed the band’s earlier work, this won’t be a disappointment.


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Adrienne Law

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