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Never Mind The Pollocks: Beardfish

With their new album +4626-COMFORTZONE, Beardfish leave their own comfort zone behind and reel us in with an album that deftly blends everyday humanity with far-reaching prog ambition.

For all its lofty conceptual conceits and bizarre flights of fancy, progressive rock is often at its most affecting when it retains a slender but unmistakable grip on reality. As much as we all enjoy tales of marauding robot armadillos and the occasional skip through Hindu scriptures, it’s arguably the humanity etched into the core of albums like The Dark Side Of The Moon and The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway that ensured those songs would resonate through the ages.


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