By Natalie Greener
A trip- hop tune focusing on the perils of polygamy. What more could you want?
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Darrah released Another on the second of April and the response has been pretty well received and certainly deserved. Following the huge indie rock successors of the 1975, Pale Waves a small hint of the Rhythm Method, Darrah is a more musically matured artist who has fully understood what young people these days are into.
Trippy branding of Another’s release has captured the essence of the DIY music movement prominent in Nottingham. The track goes hand in hand with how Darrah has represented himself in a time of synth making a come back. With vocal prowess and evidently a talented lyricist, there are very few faults one can find with this release.
The ‘perils of polygamy’ is something we can all understand but not necessarily relate to. Despite this, Another is an easy listening track to vibe to no matter the circumstance – sing a long shower sessions or synthing it out on a Saturday. Darrah is a evolutionary artist who is certainly bringing the groove back.