Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
I’ve reviewed David Francis in the past, and his new album is a strong effort. He has a singular style and a way with words.
Dream London is a fittingly dreamy effort, Francis’ vocal supported by guitar and strings.
Song of the Earth is a sensitive, eco-friendly song that Francis and his collaborator John Mono handle well.
Shores of Inhumanity has surreal yet believable lyrics about man’s inhumanity and a tune that’s memorable.
Anthem for Green England closes the album on a good note, Francis painting a picture of a world desired.
It’s a good record and then some.
1. You’ve Come To See Me
2. Dream London
3. Warming Up
4. Song of the Earth
5. Execution of a Spy
6. Shores of Inhumanity
8. The Girl Got On
9. Need You
10. Anthem for Green England (Feat. The Global Village)