lords-of-falcony

Though they may possess a name that may instantly conjure up images of bearded pot bellied World of Warcraft players that have decided that forming a band is the logical step to take in order to increase their long-term social popularity – this duo talons firmly grip a time that is far nearer today then the medieval ages of long ago.

It’s a record that features a thick spreading of the type of retro garage rock that is loaded with scuzzy riffs applied and which has been topped off with a slight experimental psychedelic curve that is only usually gained by those that have indulged in the type of mushrooms that those who dwell in River Cottage would not promote using, though this album will not position them near the top of the rock hierarchy Lord of Falconry should take delight that being noble workmen is nothing to be ashamed of either.

Nathan Westley

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