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Pons Aelius, Captain Glen’s Comfort. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

The feel of Scotland without stepping over the border, caught as it were between two lands, between two ideologies and yet with a passion that resonates inside one beautiful heart and a single burning desire to deliver upbeat instrumental Folk to an audience that quite rightly never seems to tire of hearing a sound that is voluptuous, absolutely spirited and so cascading that it surges out of the blocks quicker a traffic warden noticing a row of meters are about to expire. This is the world of Newcastle’s Pons Aelius and their offering of Captain Glen’s Comfort.