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Emiliana Torrini: Me and Armini


Published September 12, 2008

Icelandic indie-folk singer Emiliana Torrini returns with her follow up to the 2005 success, Fisherman’s Woman. While this is a little more up-beat release, and more grounded in traditional pop rather than folk music, Emiliana’s voice and song writing talent remains her biggest strengh and pulls her through a rather entertaining album that should prove to be just as popular as previous releases. The highlights are the atmospheric ‘Gun,’ which sees Torrini explore darker subjects and moods than anything since ‘Gollum’s Song’ probably and Big Jumps, a skittish ditty that will make you glad you are awake. Certainly well worth your time.

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