The 8th studio album by this Brit folk-lounge, jazz-soul hybrid is as interesting as easy listening can get. Apart from a snoozing title track opener that drones on for 6Â½ minutes, the rest of Falling Down is full of playful moments and lounge-y romance. At times the band’s warm sound, tender vocals and additional instruments like harmonicas might remind you of something from a bygone era-even when the subject of the song is something as silly like ‘Peanuts’.
Listen to: ‘Harmony Around My Table’
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