George Barnett’s 17 Days

This blurb review appeared in the nutshell round-up for the Vol 33, Issue 11 of the Stony Brook Press.

George Barnett’s debut album 17 Days is like that of a British Teddy Geiger with flavors reminiscent of 70s vinyl. The songs flow together cohesively the way an album should but rarely does these days. The full album is available on his website and Pirate Bay, where he uploaded the torrent to spread the music. It’s incredibly impressive that an 18 year old writing all of the songs, playing most of the instruments, and producing the album could come up with something this addictive. I listened to it four times in a row and considered doing so again, but then Wolfie Net failed.

If you haven’t heard the album, you should definitely check it out on Barnett’s website.

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