Logh – Every Time a Bell Rings an Angel Gets His Wings – Review

Logh

Every Time a Bell Rings an Angel Gets His Wings (Deep Elm)
by Tim Den

Logh are Swedish, which means they’re very good. Like fellow Scandinavians Kings Of Convenience, Poor Rich Ones, and Last Days of April, Logh find their strength not in distortion pedals but lightly-plucked arpeggios, misty ambient fogs, and the ability to paint Nordic sunsets with moody songs.

To quote their bio, Every Time a Bell Rings an Angel Gets His Wings is like “abandoned old farms and bent and twisted weeping willows roughly following the path of a road that no one ever uses anymore.” What a perfect description… and what a deceptively calm yet enveloping album.
(PO Box 36939 Charlotte, NC 28236)

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