Irma Vep is the on-going, evolving main vehicle for polymath musician Edwin Stevens – and on his latest album Embarrassed Landscape, due 3 April via Gringo Records, the project has reached a zenith. Primarily recorded in Stevens’s adopted home town of Glasgow over two days with frequent collaborators Ruari Maclean and Andrew Cheetham, Embarrassed Landscape is an album that breathes in a fetid skip full of millennial dread, self-effacing anxiety and doubt before exhaling it as heartbreaking songs and ecstatic abandon.
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