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Until the Hunter by Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions

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Label: Tendril Tales
Hope Sandoval doesn’t so much sing lyrics as she exhales them: breathy, mysterious and usually metaphysical. Paired for the third time with My Bloody Valentine’s Colm Ó Cíosóig, the duo lead you through an unexpected wormhole into an alternative reality, more medieval than modern, where reality is upturned and anything is possible. Sounding more quaint and mystical than Joanna Newsom on “Wonderful Seed,” Sandoval shows her real mettle when she and Cíosóig duet on the wonderfully awkward and strangely twangy “Let Me Get There,” that brings to mind Hazlewood and Sinatra if they were wearing character costumes

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Hope Sandoval doesn’t so much sing lyrics as she exhales them: breathy, mysterious and usually metaphysical. Paired for the third time with My Bloody Valentine’s Colm Ó Cíosóig, the duo lead you through an unexpected wormhole into an alternative reality, more medieval than modern, where reality is upturned and anything is possible. Sounding more quaint and mystical than Joanna Newsom on “Wonderful Seed,” Sandoval shows her real mettle when she and Cíosóig duet on the wonderfully awkward and strangely twangy “Let Me Get There,” that brings to mind Hazlewood and Sinatra if they were wearing character costumes

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About This Album

Hope Sandoval doesn’t so much sing lyrics as she exhales them: breathy, mysterious and usually metaphysical. Paired for the third time with My Bloody Valentine’s Colm Ó Cíosóig, the duo lead you through an unexpected wormhole into an alternative reality, more medieval than modern, where reality is upturned and anything is possible. Sounding more quaint and mystical than Joanna Newsom on “Wonderful Seed,” Sandoval shows her real mettle when she and Cíosóig duet on the wonderfully awkward and strangely twangy “Let Me Get There,” that brings to mind Hazlewood and Sinatra if they were wearing character costumes