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Expect the unexpected: Iron & Wine’s “Kiss Each Other Clean”

“There’s no such thing as too much Iron & Wine” ~ myself, ages ago. The new Iron & Wine album, Kiss Each Other Clean is brilliant. To follow up from 2007’s The Shepard’s Dog, an album that’s so refined and rich with wide open spaces (basically, one of mankind’s finest moments), would take super-human skills. Consider it done. This is a brave new sound, and although it’s been a logical progression there’s clearly been a huge advancement in the band’s … Continue reading