Music can be many things and mean many different things, not least when considering the listener’s expectations compared to the creator’s raison d’etre. And that is certainly the case here as Outer Stace, one half of Sky Lions,readily admits Inside The Circle was “an exorcism, a purging of sounds and words we had not previously had the capacity for.” So, as we can see, the listener might think that they are listening to beguiling post-punk crashing up against heavier alt-rock sonics, and they are, but they are also experiencing a cleansing of the soul…

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