Though a broom cupboard is somewhere I’ve never spent a particularly large amount of time, Rob Bravery does a pretty good job of explaining exactly what it’s like to be in one. At least, I think that’s what he’s talking about – in truth, I’ve found it rather difficult to take in the words as I’m caught up in Mr Bravery’s delightful voice and the tapestry-esque he goes about creating his glorious tunes.
There’s no need for any edge or extravagant statements when you’re able to write music as captivating as this, the warmth of the vocals and bass combine to create an aural blanket that’ll keep you snug through even the harshest winters. He’s the sort of man you’d love to have over for afternoon tea and scones before he sings sweet lullabies to you – I reckon you’d be pretty safe to fall asleep with him in your house, he sounds far too nice to nick any of your fine china. As the music builds and the piano adds another lovely element to this in credibly pleasant aural offering you’ll find it hard to take when the song fades away.
Actually, I just really want to go and give Rob Bravery a hug and say thank you – this really has been a pleasure to listen to.