Oisin Leech on Bandcamp.
Fleet Foxes but not annoying? I’ll listen to anything with Steve Gunn, whom I interviewed many years ago for Vulture and still find to be a fascinating musician with a rewarding discography. At the time, I described Gunn’s new album as Bob Dylan’s long-lost Manchester album. I think that applies to Leech too. Such beautiful acoustic guitars. A melody you can hum in your mind while looking out into the endless horizon and sky and wondering if your early 20s self would like how you turned out in your 30s, and you in your 30s not caring as much about what your past self didn’t know about you today. Oisin Leech is such a cool name.
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