REVIEW | James Holt: Sanguine On The Rocks

Our attention is immediately devoted courtesy of the bombastic The Mirror, and it only gets better from there, with examples including the eponymous number which continues to display James’ tremendously eloquent vocal capabilities, and the catchy and sleek Tears Aren’t Enoughwhere underlying elements of psych rock are showcased.

Meanwhile, Contemplations features cracking guitar work, and the melancholy And Then I Awoke enamors with potent writing.

James has done more than enough to prove that he is talented, as he provides us with one of the most outstanding solo efforts we have had the pleasure of listening to in recent memory.

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