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The Isle Of Arran - Loyle Carner - Yesterdays Gone (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Label: AMF Records (3) - AMF0007,Virgin EMI Records - AMF0007 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Hip Hop •


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5 thoughts on “ The Isle Of Arran - Loyle Carner - Yesterdays Gone (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Loyle Carner has shared the video for his ace new single ‘The Isle of Arran,’ and it’s a typically exposed affair. The emotionally affecting new cut - which samples 60s track ‘The Lord Will Make A Way’ by S.C.I Youth Choir - explores masculinity and fatherhood, along with Loyle Carner’s childhood memories hanging out with his grandad on ‘The Isle of Arran’.
  2. Full of feeling, gratitude and personality, Yesterday’s Gone is an awe-inspiring example of the capabilities of a young, yet extremely talented, up-and-coming artist. This certainly won’t be the last we’ll be hearing from Loyle Carner. Words by Kate Eldridge.
  3. Jan 22,  · Loyle Carner: Yesterday’s Gone review – a startling debut The Isle of Arran opens the album with a glorious gospel choir and a pugnacious crisis of faith in father figures. It’s the sort.
  4. Yesterday’s Gone is a jazz-inflected dream a world away from the bloated showbiz rap clogging up the airwaves – it’s not an exaggeration to claim that it is one the most honest, soulful and inspiring debut British rap albums since Roots Manuva’s Brand New Second Hand from
  5. The Isle of Arran: Loyle Carner: Track 2: Mean It in the Morning: Loyle Carner: Track 3 + Loyle Carner: Track 4: Damselfly (Feat. Tom Misch) Loyle Carner: Track 5: Ain't Nothing Changed: Loyle Carner: Track 6: Swear: Loyle Carner: Track 7: Florence (Feat. Kwes) Loyle Carner: Track 8: The Seamstress (Tooting Masala) Loyle Carner: Track 9.

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