My Top 10 Albums of 2013 – No.7

Let It All In

7. I Am Kloot – Let It All In

Singer John Bramwell recently hinted that I Am Kloot may work on other musical projects (such as film scores) next, meaning Let It All In could be the last conventional record by the Manchester three-piece as we know them for some time. An orchestral sound and brass sections give a theatrical feel in parts, with acoustic, walking basslines and Bramwell’s ever-gripping storytelling fit for any stage.

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