After sparse and ominous drumbeats tattoo us in, we are greeted by the recent single “Soho Rain” and what a great way to start that is, a slow-burning musical build from almost spoken word to melancholic and gratuitous sax (geddit?) as we wander around the steamier corners of London’s West End with the narrator as our guide…

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