Metronomy – Love Letters

“Back on the Riviera, it gets cold at night”, so goes a line in the first track on ‘Love Letters’, Metronomy’s fourth studio album, and their first since 2011’s breakout affair ‘The English Riviera’. Perhaps referring to the last album and his Devon coast upbringing (and a long lost teenage love affair), ‘Love Letters’ is for the most part a reflection of love and relationships, but brought up to the present – Metronomy’s Joseph Mount has lived in that City of Love, Paris, for the past four years, drawn there by love…

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