With a new long player (yes, I’m that old that I still call them that) on its way, “Loveblind” arrives like a sonic morsel, a tasty treat to tie you over before the main meal is served. And what a delicate dish it is. Few bands can merge moodiness and bliss, beauty and darkness, a bitter edge with a sweet sonic center like A Shoreline Dream

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