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The last we heard from Stephen Bailey was in May 2018, when he released his debut album 'Silo', a sprawling collection of warped psych-pop that zigzagged between classic '60s rock and eerie freak folk, and served as an impressive introduction into his expansive sound. It has been a little bit of a break, although he certainly hasn't been resting on his laurels, as he also fronts Perth heavy-hitters Mt. Mountain. '9' picks up where 'Silo' left off, creating a familiar sense of warmth and lushness, however, this time around things feel more considered, compared to the lo-fi bedroom psych pop nature of 'Silo'. Led by woozy keys that constantly stab over a laid-back drum and bass grooves while grainy guitar chords chime in as instruments leave plenty of space for Stephen's warbly voice to cut through, up close and delicate, as he weaves the track's strongest hooks almost effortlessly. Expressions of indecisiveness towards love, misinterpretation and happiness in isolation litter the lyrics of '9' creating a introspective mood that suck you further into the lush atmosphere of Stephen's recordings.

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