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Albums of 2012 – 14. 2:54 – ‘2:54’

2:54 may not present anything particularly innovative, however there’s something to be said for the Thurlow sisters’ understanding of the songwriting process: a key factor separating them from more inventive acts who under-deliver on account of their desire to run before they can walk. Above all else, 2:54 is a sleek record and a testament to the confidence that Hannah and Colette have in their sonic trajectory. Mature and self-assured, 2:54 exists as a rock-hard foundation for future sonic exploration – a subtle reminder of exactly what a debut album should be.

Check out my full review of the album over at the Concrete website.

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