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it takes all of the first 80 seconds of bristol trio thought forms second album, ghost mountain, to realise that this is a group who have moved on substantially from their debut of three years ago. with a psych slant too informing tracks like 'afon' and 'burn me clean' - where vocals are almost as though a ritualistic call to on high - the scope of ghost mountain's sonic terrain is vast, the result of a varied approach to song writing where wholes form out of group jams - in the case of 'burn me clean' from an improvised set supporting master musicians of bukkake - or from the chrysalis of an idea presented by just one of the trio. it's a clear move away from their debut album, though retaining the group's penchant for creating vast atmospheres. 'only hollow' is a tip of the cap to my bloody valentine's 'only shallow'. then there's 'o', called that because of the shape of the letter, the group using it to represent what they call 'a circle of negativity.'
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