The overall feeling you get when you listen to this relatively short album is one of absolute beauty. It has a life affirming feel to it that resonate long after the final track. It’s a very welcome return from Meursault and expect to see and hear more from this band in the coming months. Just great stuff.
(Louder Than War)
Like the best albums, this is one that reveals itself upon repeated listens, even some of the effects that can seem a little irritating on first hearing make more sense when heard more frequently within the wider context of the record. There is no justice in this world (frequent perusal of the media will confirm this) but Meursault have made their most accessible album yet, without compromising what made them so special in the first place. It would be great
(God Is In The TV)
I Will Kill Again is a strong first release of the year for Song, By Toad records, from the artist that properly launched the label back in 2008. Filled with majestic, sorrowful beauty and touches of light, it's a welcome return for one of Edinburgh's most treasured acts.