If you’re a fan of the kind of songwriting and tone once mastered by the likes of Tracy Chapman, UB40, Jack Johnson – George Hierro is a superb indie artist, with a fine ear for effective melodies, beautiful guitar work, and a lyrical backbone that opts to roam where much of mainstream music wouldn’t dare.

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Immediately setting the right kind of mood for this artwork and this title concept, Lost Platypus’ single Stranded trickles into the room with an acoustic guitar strum and some jazz-kissed flickers of solo, creating a perfectly beach-side vibe from the offset.

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“Comparing short term to long term can help to put things into perspective. For example, we could be in quarantine for a total of a year depending on the circumstances – But we could all be somewhere completely different in 5 years, so why not use this time to think, plan, and prepare for that where possible?”

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Blending the vocal depth and relatable purity of Elbow, with the subtle progression and swagger of a driving ballad, Little House offers soulful melodies and powerful, emotive instrumentation – increasingly so as it makes it way through this post-four-minute journey.

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Inspired by current events, prompted by isolation and motivated by a clear need for change and progression, Normal tackles the very systems we have in place, and questions when regular life will rightly become about love above all else.

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Tackling capitalism in a genuine, heartfelt and emotive manner, Funny takes seemingly simple concepts and references, and prompts you to take a moment to really look inwards and figure out what truly matters in life.

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