The Lodger: Reviewed

I reviewed the latest album from The Lodger, Flashbacks, for Dusted:

Siddall’s voice is in the same melancholy vein as Field Mice/Trembling Blue Stars mainstay Robert Wratten, and the Lodger’s music suggests that that influence goes beyond the vocal approach. The Lodger takes a restrained, austere approach to uptempo, jangling rock – though here, the presence of trumpet and saxophone tilts the dynamic away from what might be expected from that particular strain of indiepop.

You can read the whole review here.

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