Hospital co-founder London Elektricity drops his seventh studio album and it's one of his most exciting, alluring and experimental bodies of work to date. The clues were clear when he dropped the first single, the soprano-led, Morricone-esque "Final View From The Rooftops". A statement with a narrative and a vibe of its own, it doesn't play by any established rules bar that of his own and has set the tone and vibe of the album perfectly. Other highlights include the immense jazz fusion of "I Wish You Could See It Too" (with Urbandawn), the immense goosebump-inducing funk euphoria of "The Prescription Is Love", the smouldering dark soul of "She Slowly Caught Fire" (with Bulgarian Goddess) the return of Elsa Esmerelda on the evocative 'Lonely Sirens' and the Whiney-featured gully bumper "Empty Seat At The Table". These are just a handful of highlights from truly thoughtful and hugely creative album.
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