Four years after the unexpected and exquisite treat that was Philip Selway's debut album FAMILIAL, the man formerly known only as the drummer of Radiohead returns with his sophomore record, WEATHER-HOUSE. At ten tracks and 38 minutes, the album is as concise in shape as it is expansive in mood and assured in execution, mining a generally darker, fuller sound than it's gentler, more acoustic-based predecessor and reflecting the band-centered nature of it's construction and it's creator' growth in confidence. With it's emotional frankness, haunting melodies and gripping tension, Selway has made a great artistic leap and created something that even the most experienced singer-songwriters would be proud of.
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