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Ghostpoet doesn't oversell his music. "It's a chance for me to mumble over quirky sounds. That's me in a nutshell," he has said. Nevertheless, his first album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, and now we have his second – featuring a range of guests including the great Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen, This Heat's Charles Hayward, and the folksinger Lucy Rose.
Ghostpoet says Some Say I So I Say Light is an evolution from his debut. "It sounds rough and gritty, which is important to me – it's not a glossy record. It's almost like a glossy record that's been thrown down a ravine and scratched and roughed up a bit."
Now you can listen to it, and decide for yourself about its level of glossiness or roughness. Let us know what you think in the thread below.
You can pre-order the album at ghostpoet.co.uk