Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
The new album from Trespassers William is slow, languid and atmospheric. As on their previous CD “Anchor” Anna-Lynne Williams angelic voice dominates the music.
The title track has a sad feel about it. There’s a slight country vibe to it, in the vein of Mazzy Star. Williams’ carefully measured vocal is just gorgeous.
“Let You Down” is sparse and haunting. Williams’ singing has warmth about it that really comes across here.
The version of U2″s “Love is Blindness” is lovely. The group make the song their own.
“Love You More” is a sweet song that moves me very much.
Trespassers William have made another great album.
Posted on December 21, 2002
Listen to track samples
2. Lie In The Sound
3. Different Stars
5. Let You Down
6. Love Is Blindness
9. Just Like This
10. Love You More