Rather, Preternaturals carries on in a grand tradition of subversive English camp, and very refreshing it is too.
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And there’s something about the reedy voice that does it; underpowered, outta tune, seemingly intent on making yer man from Atlas Sound sound like Rammstein.
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Songs like Nieuw Paaslied (New Song for Easter) or Droomgezicht come on like Lou Reed reciting his shopping list in the room next to you.
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Even better, folk troubadour David Thomas Broughton manages to sound sinister and plummy and eccentrically Northern all at the same time.
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Honestly, you only get this kind of thing at Haldern, Jeffrey Lewis crammed into a small bar singing pop songs about Vietnam while across the road there’s a quartet summoning the voice of Death.
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