Our Tuesday was made by the majestic music of London trio August and After, who blur the lines between the sound of the capital’s folk fellowship and noughties chamber rock. Like the slew of baroque pop-referencing Scots circa 2007 (Broken Records, My Latest Novel etc.), they too conjure a cinematic soundtrack – one that feels classically-trained in light of its authentic and meticulous delivery.
Their latest track ‘Wolves’ could have fitted snugly onto Noah and the Whale‘s standout 2009 record ‘The First Days of Spring’. Like that cathartic sophomore’s finest moments, its part orchestral love-in and part soul-baring heart-bruised ballad, with the same intimate confessional quality of recent #FoundSound-featured artists Northeast Corridor and Daniel Duke.