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‘Like Bon Iver trying his hand at baroque folk, with full-bodied cello adding an air of intimacy‘ – The Crack
A specially filmed message and performance about the show? OK then!
With a debut album behind them described as “a masterpiece of care and craftsmanship” (NARC), and a reputation for breathtaking intimate live shows, Matt Stalker & Fables return with their long-awaited second LP, ‘Knots’.
MS&F don’t fit the mold of the modern folk band: Matt was once a prison psychologist, and the music Fables make with their dizzying array of instruments was once dubbed ‘chamber folk’. They have a song lamenting the misuse of punctuation, and their new record – inspired by the work of late psychiatrist R.D. Laing – was recorded in a Victorian primary school in Britain’s highest village.