Review – Steve Adey


Steve Adey -‘These Resurrections’ EP (Grand Harmonium)

Regular readers will know that I have reached moments of complete singer-songwriter saturation on this blog at times over the last year.

So it is a delight to be able to report that the These Resurrections EP by Steve Adey (an Edinburgh based artist, no less) is something that goes against the grain of David Gray wannabes, and instead shows that fragile does not need to mean wimpy, and acoustic does not mean half-assed. he will be releasing a new LP later on this year, but for now, this EP is a gorgeous treat.

The subtlety of Talk Talk circa Spirit Of Eden and the haunted beauty of The Blue Nile circa Hats hang over this five track EP, worth it for closing track ‘Just Wait Til I Get You Home’ alone. I know next to nothing about Steve Adey at this moment in time. I ahve taken this at fac value and been very warmly blown away.

Search it out. That is all I want to say.


These Resurrections is out now on Grand Harmonium

Stream the tracks below.

Tomorrow (voice) by Steve Adey

Infidel (short version) by Steve Adey

Soundtrack /One by Steve Adey

These Resurrections by Steve Adey

Just Wait Till I Get You Home by Steve Adey

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