hattie cooke

Staying with Third Kind, we here found ourselves somewhat smitten by ‘Winter’ – a track culled from a super limited cassette by Hattie Cooke, another self titled one I’m afraid. Don’t mind admitting that this ‘un caught us clearly on the hop, its quietly graceful psych folk intimacy ghostly weaved upon a 60’s tinged spectral aura. A fragile love note if you must and perhaps the sets most tenderly bruised moment ripped from an album that’s as varied as it is engaging for elsewhere ‘enemy’ clearly has the imagining of someone who has been listening to both Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark’s debut album and EMA’s ‘#horror’ score in tandem. While also found arresting our affections, the sepia speckled vintage of the demurring campfire glowing lovely ‘try harder’ sounds as good as anything put out by the shyly formed St Ives imprint. https://thirdkindrecords.bandcamp.com/album/hattie-cooke

 

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