Saturday 17 November 2018

Review - Rumer: Into Colour

Rumer Into Colour
Rumer Into Colour

Richie McCormack

Some artists occasionally dip into a 'retro' style, while others sound like they were born of another era. Rumer belongs to the latter.


Comparisons with the soft, syrupy vocals of Karen Carpenter are unavoidable, especially on the Bacharach/David-tinged Reach Out.

That 70s MOR feel is present throughout, on the wispy disco of Dangerous or the full-board 'remember the good old days' of Pizza and Pinball.

The woozy, Sunday morning feel of Come Back To Bed is completely alluring, playing into Into Colour's strong suit - it being an easy album to sink into, especially of a lazy morning.

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