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— 14/11/2018

Despite the fact that Australia’s Laura Jean already released five studio album’s she somehow managed to slip through our fingers yet. But then I saw her charming and captivating performance as support act for Courtney Barnett a few weeks back and it gained my interest. Devotion, her latest single and title-track of the LP that was already released during the summer is another argument to fall for the tender dream pop of the Melbourne-based artist. Gentle yet quite catchy her soft voice is riding on a sea of analogue synthesizer sounds, taking the listener with her. Like the entire album the song is a reflection on Laua Jean‘s lonely coastal childhood and the effect it had on her adult life. Give the record a spin, it truly deserves your attention.

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