The Mystery Plan’s ability to be windswept and ambient yet also structured and melodic within the same sonic space never ceases to amaze me. And the latest single, “Big Bliss”, is an excellent example of the band ploughing that particular furrow.

Solid beats and wilfully wandering basslines tether the song enough to stop it drifting off, and the guitars meander between the occasional cavernous growl and more delicate, razor-wire peripheral sonics…

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