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February 2020
Album review

Boniface - Boniface

Boniface has crafted a magical machine.
Label: Transgressive Records
Released: 14th February 2020
Rating: ★★★★★
Boniface - Boniface
Published: 5:00 pm, February 14, 2020Words: Steven Loftin.

Life is like a series of moments that join together. Individual scenes and memories that make something bigger. With their debut album, Boniface has crafted a magical machine that brings them all vividly to life - all soaring bops and delicate jams.

Backed by glowing electro-indie that hits somewhere between the 80s euphoria of M83 and the intricate delicacy of Blaenavon, something special happens when these vignettes play out. The realism cuts through, no matter how stark or poignant. 

Given some of these tracks have been kicking about for a few years now, compiled together they make a debut more open and honest than what came before. All that, and a killer soundtrack to boot.

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