Trespassers William, fronted by
Anna-Lynne Williams, were late and mediocre
purveyors of slowcore and shoegaze-rock of the 1990s on
Anchor (Sonikwire, 1999),
Different Stars (2002 - Nettwerk, 2004)
and, after relocating to Seattle, Having (2006).
Lotte Kestner, the solo project of Anna-Lynne Williams, debuted with
China Mountain (Silber, 2010), a collection mostly of
simple naive lullabies for voice and acoustic guitar
(Crush The Bird, the languid and dreamy Compasses).
A few piano notes and a mirror voice are enough to make the anemic
Fainting Spells sound like an intricate song.
The more robust and upbeat Leif Erikson and
Face Shape sound almost out of context.
The album closes with the slowest and most fragile song, Fainted Twice,
that feels like a whisper across the universe.
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