Twig Infection are back, truly in their best form (see past review for Home is Female Tomorrow Singular), giving up with already excellent free-jazz postrock 'estro', and then performing together 1o new pieces of amazing song-form, often unforseeable as well as likeable, - sort of creature missing in KRS/Dischord home, with a very well cared production (Cesare Basile). Twig Infection sound nostalgical and lyrical, especially when Francesco Cantone, singing and playing guitar, duets with some female angel as guests, on very loveble guitar riffs and violins (Residence of the Queue Sited Stays? - Successful Sense of Failure). I've never had any canties in my life is a song i keep on listening to lots of times, quick and passionated, or the intense run of As If I Could Know, sliding and falling at ground, to rise up again stronger than before, to run once more drammatic on distortion effects. I mean, now Twig Infection play melodious as seducing, thanks to an enchanted songwriting (already suggested by some past mp3s on the net), a sort of dreaming digressions at eyes closed. Very nice digipack artwork, collage thing very well done, - so, in Italy there is one more band to be proud of, - actually in Their full mature age.
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