1. And So I Watch You From Afar – And So I Watch You From Afar (2009)
“In short, this is a sensational debut. It’s an album that leaves you with a moral dilemma half way through: listen to the rest, or pause it for a few minutes so you can suggest – no, tell – your friends to get downtown and buy it before the shops close. It’s a potential soundtrack to a hundred movies, a note perfect demonstration for any recording artist on how guitars should be used, and an album you’ll skip social events to listen to the end of…” Read James Hendicott’s review here.