Four Hands, Two Voices

by The Lancashire Hustlers

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'Four Hands, Two Voices' is the fifth album by The Lancashire Hustlers.

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released May 29, 2020

Brent Thorley - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Organ, Lap Steel Guitar, Accordion
Ian Pakes - Backing Vocals, Drums, Percussion, Piano, Organ, Harmonica, Tamboura, Mellotron, Taishogoto, Melodica, Metallophone
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"Musically combining the shared harmony of Turin Brakes with the idiosyncratic romantic psych pop of bands such as The Left Banke, they often stirrup a smorgasbord of congruous bands and artists. 'Four Hands, Two Voices' is no exception, with surprise shades of Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield on the pastoral soul opener ‘Top Gun (In Retirement)’, and a kind of Anthony Newly starring musical meets XTC on the more theatrical ‘Stuck In The Middle Of A Week’. Elsewhere amongst a repeating musical leitmotif of quasi-swami atmospheres (brassy resonating faux-sitar and finger-cymbal trinket charms), you will find dalliances with Bacharach (sharing a stage with George Harrison) on the lilting romantic waltz whimsy ‘It’s Too Early’, the voice of Glenn Tilbrook on the beautifully pining rained-off ‘The Flowers And The Reservoirs’, and Badfinger harmonising with Dylan on the quivery, dreamy malady ‘Letters I Should’ve Written’.

Disarming what is a touching but poignant selection of both melancholy and lamentable reflection, the duo’s loving and comfortable, even smooth musical sheen makes the sadness and yearning parts more palatable.

Whether venturing into the mind to connect with an object of desire or sailing across the subconscious on an adventurous voyage into psychoanalysis, these northern hustlers are guaranteed to make the journey a most harmonious one. The duo’s fifth album is another lovely songbook of maverick encounters, pastoral soul and soft bulletins".

Dominic Valvona (Monolith Cocktail)

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Outsider pop duo

"...songs with a memorable, timeless quality...uniquely British, eccentric and compelling" - Shindig! Magazine

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