Slip on your lounge suit, pour yourself a Jenever, fall back onto the chaise long and relax into the Brindie (Brussels Indie) sounds of Colver.

Gentle, sweet melodies and vocals in the Prefab Sprout vein with added electronica for good measure to wrap you up in a comfortable sonic duvet.

No real challenges or surprises in here but there is a tenderness within that provides a great antidote to the last two confused and chaotic years that everyone has been touched by. Let this be a springboard to a brighter more pleasant future.

This is a 5 track EP that could easily have been extended into an LP format.

And after you’ve finished listening to this, why not head on down to the Skylab Bar and keep the vibe alive.

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