Ah, Leeds, the birthplace of the UK’s gothic reverie, where the echoes of legends like The Sisters of Mercy, The March Violets, The Mission, and Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry still linger in the shadows of memory. In this hallowed ground, Stella Wembley emerges as a torchbearer, poised to keep that dark flame flickering.

Yet, the river of music must flow ever forward, evolving and adapting to the currents of every new era and so Stella’s music…

Read the full review at The Big Takeover

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