I’m Listening To: Noah Gundersen’s ‘Ledges’

Feb 13 2014 by
Categories : Culture

I'm listening to Noah GundersenImage courtesy of Instagram (@noahgundersen)

Noah Gundersen’s first full length album ‘Ledges’ is pretty much the perfect soundtrack to this time of year: stripped back, melancholy folk that pairs perfectly with February’s bleakness (and no, this has nothing to do with Valentine’s Day tomorrow).

I loved Gundersen’s EP’s, and I’m happy to say he hasn’t gone the way of Mumford – not a banjo to be heard on this album, just breath-taking harmonies, and some pretty stellar writing. There’s a fabulous, understated drama to all of the album’s songs (this man knows how to work a crescendo), a bit like if the Killers ever grew beards and went acoustic.

NOTE: I see the single from this album, ‘Poor Man’s Son’, is the free track of the week on iTunes! (But like, I totally liked him before, okay?)

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Categories: Culture