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Steven Battelle - Exit Brain Left

★★★
Steven Battelle - Exit Brain Left
Published: 9:00 pm, December 01, 2016
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Label: Suffer For My Art
Released: 2nd December 2016

Rating: ★★★[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]It says a lot that Steven Battelle has a song named ‘Steven Battelle’ on his debut solo album. The former LostAlone frontman has always had a touch more belief than most but, now he’s been given free-reign on a canvas all of his own, the conviction is total.

In the past there’s been more than a dash of self-indulgence to his music, but ‘Exit Brain Left’ is anything but. Over the top but with plenty of refrain, the songs dance on the right side of ridiculous while the spectacle of the theatre is never overblown.

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