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Single Review – Hush by LYLO

The first release from the Glasgow five-piece since 2018’s Post Era is a downbeat dance floor filler for the sad kids in the club, taking a cosmic jazz beat and Balearic guitar that twists in and out of melancholy vocals from Mitch Flynn and The Orielles’ Esmé-Dee Hand-Halford. One for putting on at a huge party whilst staring, Gatsby-like, off into the middle distance at some poignant thought.



‘Hush’ is out now via El Rancho Records

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