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Mt. Doubt

Headless (Scottish Fiction)

By • Mar 26th, 2020 • Category: Single review

This new one from Mt Doubt is a slow-burner, a bit of a ballad which pays off on repeated hearings.

Some shimmering guitars, drums and keyboards back up Leo Bargery’s mellifluous baritone, the words full of self-reflection and regret.

The tempo picks up a bit midway through before sinking into the kind of gorgeous chorus which Mt. Doubt have made their trademark this past few years. In addition a saxophone trills through these last few bars, the effect of which, winding around the lead and backing vocals, makes a pretty song sound absolutely great.

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