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John Robertson – The Atomic Facts of Love

The Atomic Facts of Love is the debut album by John Robertson, a collection of songs laced with longing, romance, cynicism and hope. Taking in ambient electronica, full-voiced torch songs and blissed-out reverie within its varied palette, the album is threaded throughout with Robertson’s nakedly confessional lyrics of love, struggle and humanism.

Andrew Eaton-Lewis – After All Of The Days We Will Disappear

A ‘best of’ collection (kind of), prompted by writer’s block and bringing together one new song, new versions of old Swimmer One and Seafieldroad songs, two previously abandoned experiments, and a medley of two songs that meant a lot to my parents, Jim and Alison Eaton.

Seafieldroad - The Winter of 88. Artwork: Daniel Warren. Photo: Andrew Eaton-Lewis

Seafieldroad: The Winter of 88

The Winter of 88 is a collection of multi-layered, lyrically complex piano songs by an artist who has been likened to ‘minimalist classical composers working on adventurous ballads for REM’ and compared by critics to John Cale, Mark Eitzel, Prefab Sprout, Virginia Astley and (most frequently) The Blue Nile.