Album Review: Daily Planet

."Over Stingesquely decorous arrangements, Dalton lilts like Joni Mitchell with the trilling Rs and swallowed vowels of the Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan. Taken as a package, though, the nearest point of reference is the iconoclastic siren Kate Bush—perhaps the only other living artist who could put such genuine feeling into lyrics like “She fell into the Seine/ her voice still haunting you among the Dutchmen/ Tonight there will be fog/ on the Zuider Zee” or “Six points on a snowflake, eight arrows on a compass/ My brother with a host family playing drums for the Norwegians.”.. See full review at TC Daily Planet