herman dune return & they are on particularly melodic form with a focus, as always, on simple production that lets the songwriting speak for itself. mainman david-ivar herman dune’s compositions & poetic lyrics are as idiosyncratic as ever, freely wearing his inspiration on his sleeve with traces of bob dylan, chuck berry, jonathan richman & david berman but always adding an endearing naivety due to his now trademark soft accented delivery. recorded by adam selzer (m ward/decemberists)the songs were recorded live on acoustic guitar, the way they were originally conceived, each telling a different story but working together beautifully as a whole to create an effortlessly rich & vibrant album. “a place where rock, pop, folk & indie meet & swap stories over camomile tea about being dumped by girls who wear hairgrips & flowery dresses with dr martens. there should always be a place for this” – bbc.