Let Your Heart Draw a Line
The new studio album by the founding members of Hood, and their third full-length release for City Centre Offices. Eschewing technology in favor of the bedroom studio, this is Remote Viewer's most song-oriented album yet. Craig Tattersall and Andrew Johnson craft quiet, almost shy songs that are composed in a way that make you think they were never supposed to leave the studio. Fusing melancholy indie electronics, ghostly vocals, detuned toy pianos and glockenspiel, deep bass murmurs, quiet glitches and gentle guitar fret-work, listening to Let Your Heart Draw a Line picks up where we all put the stylus of our turntable to sleep after listening to their last album over and over again. The songs on Let Your Heart Draw a Line are the most intimate moments Andrew and Craig have been sharing with their listeners so far, as they allow US to crawl into our speakers, just to be sure that we would not miss anything, to be sure that the music was indeed music and not a private conversation of whispered ideas, thoughts and advice. Deep and moving songwriting at it's best.