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Released: 9th March 2018
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The debut album from Glasgow-based Irish songwriter Martha Ffion, who has been quietly working away since the release of her single for Lost Map in 2015 on this collection of sweet, poignant indiepop songs.
Recorded with her full live band by Jamie Savage at Glasgow’s Chem19, Ffion’s debut album spans the first songs she properly wrote to her most recent compositions, and is by far her most adventurous and accomplished work to-date, the lush instrumentation bringing her detailed lyrical vision to life through a series of gleaming guitar-pop songs that drift between soft-centred balladry and something altogether more cutting and forceful. Recalling the work of Sharon Van Etten and Jenny Lewis, while still sounding thrillingly distinct, ‘Sunday Best’ is a formidable coming-of- age record, and one that stands as a truly accomplished debut.