‘white flowers’ – the debut full length from Brighton duo Lutine has been getting a fair amount of affectionate glances of late, which pains me considerably given that we haven’t as yet committed to type a review. That said words of fondness were bestowed upon a sneak teaser track ‘sallow tree’ a week or so ago here which gives hope to those who think we sit on our hands all day. So before we get scribbling words of undying affection here’s something of a treat from that self same album in the shape of ‘to the sea’ – utterly divine strange pop, demurred and ethereal and quite unlike anything you’ll hear in an age for Lutine’s sepia trimmed ghostly folk noir seductively canters, caresses and coos like a spectral Laura J Martin. Quite slyly sublime if you ask me.

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