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The latest sneaky peek at the forthcoming Lusitanian Ghosts III LP, which is due to be released soon, the band of the same name provide us with Shameless. A track about love, regret, and reconciliation, the neo-folk collective makes use of traditional string instruments including the endangered Portuguese chordophone, which needs to be repopularised. Since the release of Long Train, the first single off the new record, a run of positive attention has been ascending through social and media alike. Psychology says we each feel mixtures of guilt, shame, and nothing, and our internal messages are there for a reason - but sometimes the wires get crossed. As long as it’s not 0-0-0, we could all do with a bit of Shameless in our lives.
It bursts open like a morning flower that scatters aromatic pollens into the garden. New vibes jingle on steel-string acoustics with a thundering bass beneath. Punchy and passionate vocal lines run laps on the circuit as the bars jostle in their happy-go-lucky bounce. The song reaches in and delivers not only a catchy rhythm but a deep and meaningful subject that we can muse on if we have the time. For the middle-eight, or maybe a bit longer and at the end, we get the slightly unfamiliar tones of a soaring guitar-pedalled thing that whooshes us up into the next track.
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