Adem's third album is a neat little curio of covers that reveals the seeds that would grow into the London nu-folkie.
It was like a scene out of some indie movie from the '90s.
Adem's got Love (the concept) on his mind, and his exploration of it is sophisticated, literate and surprisingly affecting.
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