Reviews, Previews, Interviews

Turin Brakes: Lost Property Review - quiet complexity on acoustic rockers' welcome return, The Guardian (28 January 2016)

Another four-star review: "Fifteen years since their debut, Turin Brakes’ tangled, twisty take on acoustic rock sounds confident rather than beleaguered or battered by age."

Album Review: Turin Brakes - Lost Property, Renowned for Sound (28 January 2016)

Five-star review: "...a unique and superbly executed record - vocally and instrumentally - from a band who have honed in each of their strong points and shone a light on each and every one of them throughout these 11 new numbers with meticulous precision and astounding beauty."

Turin Brakes - Lost Property Album Review, The Rock Club (25 January 2016)

9/10 rating: "This is a beautiful, lush and gorgeously produced album that seems to transcend time and place. To hell with trends and gimmicks, the Turin Brakes do what they do, and they do it fantastically well."

Featured Artist: Turin Brakes (Part 2), Renowned for Sound (23 January 2016)

Brendan Veevers on LP: "...Lost Property delivers one of the finest collections to date for the UK folk-rockers and marks a brand new, heavyweight chapter for the band

Album Review: Turin Brakes - Lost Property, Cuckoo Review (22 January 2016)

"Turin Brakes have created an album that is filled with what can only be described as acoustic magic." Review by Sophie Ward

Featured Artist: Turin Brakes (Part 1), Renowned for Sound (18 January 2016)

Brendon Veevers on Turin Brakes' career: "...their songwriting craft and technical precision to recording their albums is a fairly rare thing in the music industry and something that has helped Turin Brakes gain a loyal and almost cult-like following of music aficionados from all around the world."

Album Review: Turin Brakes - Lost Property, Backseat Mafia (10 January 2016)

Lost Property may very well be the most satisfying of Turin Brakes’ career, editor's rating of 7.7

The playlist: indie - Sunflower Bean, Mystery Jets, Teleman and more, The Guardian (16 December 2015)

There's an earnest epic about ancestry, a dance track evoking NYC scuzziness and a debate on genetically modified carrots, while Turin Brakes bring in the return of the new acoustic movement